Osawatomie, Kansas Repeals Their Two Decades Long Breed Ban
According to Osawatomie’s own city site,
New ordinance 3709, which was published in summary in the June 5, 2013 issue of the Osawatomie Graphic, is now available on-line.
The major changes in Ordinance 3709 are the repealing of breed specific bans, enhancing provisions dealing with definitions, regulations, prohibitions and penalties dealing with dangerous animals, strengthening cruelty to animal provisions and imposing restrictions on tethering. The City will be working with animal owners over the next few months to educate them about the new tethering provisions and to remind them of the need to register dogs, cats and ferrets with the City.
You can read the complete ordinance here.
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