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Bill introduced to ban pit bull possession in Michigan

Posted on July 6th, 2011 No Comments

A Michigan representative from Grosse Pointe recently introduced a bill that would ban Michigan residents from owning pit bulls.  The bill, HB 4714, was introduced during legislative session last month.

The bill also proposes banning American Staffordshire bull terriers and Staffordshire bull terriers.  Dogs mixed with any of the three breeds would also be included in the ban if passed into law.

Specially, if the bill is passed, breeding of the three dog breeds will be banned for a year after it goes into effect.  Four years after the bill would go into effect, owning a dog that is one of the three breeds and is not sterilized would be illegal.  Lastly, 10 years after the bill would go into effect, all three breeds would be completely banned from the state.

Contact the Michigan dangerous dogs attorneys of Ravid & Associates, P.C. at 877-PET-BITE today, if you or someone you know has been bitten or attacked by a dangerous dog breed in Michigan.

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