Bloomer, Wisconsin Repeals Portion of Breed-Specific Law for “Pit Bulls”
The snippet in the Bloomer Advance was short, but sweet:
The Bloomer City Council amended the Pit Bulls and Other Dangerous Animals Ordinance (7-1-9) Wednesday, Oct. 9. Once the amended ordinance takes effect, pit bulls will be allowed in Bloomer if they are registered and examined by a licensed veterinarian.
It’s wonderful that Bloomer will now allow “pit bulls” within city limits. That’s a great start. But as long as the city requires that so-called “pit bulls” be registered, there is still breed-specific legislation (BSL) in Bloomer.
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