Dangerous dog ordinance is introduced in Michigan city

06/8/2011 | Saginaw News (Mich.), The

An ordinance introduced in Saginaw, Mich., would set restrictions on owners of dogs that are deemed dangerous, including pit bulls, German shepherds and rottweilers. The measure, which is slated for a City Council vote on June 20, would mandate that owners of these dogs register their animals, limit their number of dogs to three and follow tethering requirements.

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