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Pit bull clause in dog registry ordinance may be removed

Posted on November 22nd, 2013 No Comments

After meeting with dog groups, Flint councilman Sheldon Neeley is rethinking the dog registry ordinance and considering removing the specific pit bulls provision.

Neeley said that all animal owners should be held liable if their pet attacks someone, not just pit bull owners. Neeley plans to submit his new  proposed ordinance to the Flint City Council in December.

The current ordinance, which was written in 1987, states that dangerous dogs in public should be restrained by a leash and have a muzzle. Dog owners should put a “beware of dog” sign outside their home, and they should secure insurance if their pet attacks someone.

At Ravid & Associates, P.C., our lawyers help innocent people in Michigan who have been injured by dangerous dogs. Find out how we may be able to help you seek justice and compensations from negligent pet owners by calling 877-PET-BITE today.

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