Dog attacks prompt calls for "bully" breed bans

05/24/2010 | United Press International

Frequent reports on attacks linked to pit bulls have spurred calls to ban all "bully" canine breeds, particularly pit bull terriers. The Warwick City Council in Rhode Island approved an ordinance that requires mandatory spaying and neutering of pit bulls and similar breeds, while Tennessee legislators passed a law to prohibit convicted felons from owning "potentially vicious" dogs.

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