Maysville, Kentucky Considers “Pit Bull” Ban
From The Ledger Independent:
“Maysville is currently in the process of passing an ordinance prohibiting ownership of pit bulls within the city. The ordinance would require any pit bull found within the city after Sept. 1, 2008 to be seized and impounded. A pit bull seized will only be released to an owner producing evidence that the pit bull dog is to be permanently taken out of the city. If such proof is not provided, the pit bull dog would be destroyed.”
Read this article in its entirety here.
Please contact the Maysville Mayor and City Commission and politely inform them that breed bans are ineffective and unenforceable.
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