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What are breed specific laws?

Breed specific laws are controversial laws which ban the ownership of certain dog breeds within certain municipalities. Nearly every state has a certain municipalities which have adopted these laws, causing owners who are caught with these animals to be subject to criminal penalties. If their dog bites another person, they can be charged with criminal penalties as well as potentially have to pay damages in a civil suit. The dogs usually banned in breed specific laws include Rottweilers, pit bulls, chow chows, German shepherds, and Doberman pinschers. People who oppose the laws argue that it is training and upbringing, not breed, which determines whether a dog will be aggressive or not.

If you or someone you love was attacked by a dog, a Michigan dog bite lawyer of Ravid & Associates, P.C., are here to help you fight for compensation for your pain and suffering. To speak with a skilled attorney about your case today, contact us at 877-PET-BITE.

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