Welsh, Louisiana Considers Adding More “Vicious” Breeds (Including Dobermans) to Pre-Existing “Pit Bull” Ban

By Editor
In Breed-Specific Legislation
Oct 28th, 2008
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From the Jennings Daily News:

“The Board of Aldermen…may amend the existing pit bull ban to include all similar, “vicious” dogs.

The current ordinance that was passed in 2002 requires that all pit bulls be impounded immediately.

Please contact the Welsh, Louisiana Mayor and Town Council and politely inform them that there is no such thing as a “vicious” breed, and that breed-specific legislation (BSL) is ineffective and unenforceable.

2 Responses to “Welsh, Louisiana Considers Adding More “Vicious” Breeds (Including Dobermans) to Pre-Existing “Pit Bull” Ban”

  1. Caveat says:

    Where do they get their info? Who told them there are ‘vicious’ breeds?

  2. James says:

    There is no “vicious breed”. It truly all depends on the breeder and it’s surroundings. A dog is a dog is a dog and any dog will bite. If they are going to lock up one, they should lock up all of them. We have to stand up for our beloved breeds. Stop badgering our pitbulls. The media has done enough.

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