Watertown, Wisconsin Inflexible on “Pit Bull” Ban; Resident Gets Frosty Reception
When last we heard from Watertown, Wisconsin, it sounded like the Safety and Welfare Committee and the city council were willing to take into account their constituents’ worries about being made to choose between their homes and their dogs. However, Alderman Bob Stocks, who had prior been sympathetic to his constituents’ concerns about the […]
Clark County (Las Vegas), Nevada Considers Mandatory Spay/Neuter Ordinance
From Fox 5 News in Las Vegas: “Clark County [Las Vegas] Animal Control officials want the animal population regulated, and they will be seeking a law to ensure pets are spayed and neutered. At 6:30 p.m. Thursday, the Clark County Animal Control Advisory Board will hold a meeting at the Desert Breeze Community Center to […]
One Village Trustee in Rantoul, Illinois Proposes Pet Limits and the Banning of “Pit Bulls,” Rottweilers, and Dobermans
From The News-Gazette: “A Rantoul village board member wants to ban pit bulls, Rottweilers and Doberman pinschers from the village and set limits on the number of other dogs residents will be allowed to have.
Richland County, South Carolina County Council Considers BSL, Pet Limits
From TheState.com: “A committee will consider whether to strengthen Richland Countys vicious-dog ordinance ” including possible limits on dogs per household and breed-specific regulations.
Van Buren Township, Michigan to Consider Possible “Pit Bull” Ban and Pet Limits
Cross-posted from BSL Updates. Permission to cross-post. Van Buren Township in Michigan will be presenting a new draft to change their pet ordinance that will include how many pets a household can have and a possible breed ban. Meeting will be held Wednesday, January 9, 2008 at the Township Hall, 46425 Tyler Rd. at 5:30. […]