Breed-specific ban spurs anger among Long Island dog owners

07/1/2010 | WCBS-TV (New York)

Hundreds of angry dog owners turned out to protest a new breed-specific ban on pit bulls and Rottweilers in one Long Island, N.Y., village. The new Rockville Centre ordinance prohibits residents from bringing home the two breeds and socks those who already own members of the banned breeds with new rules, including the requirement to spay or neuter the animal, keep the dogs leashed and muzzled in public, and carry a $100,000 insurance policy. City leaders have agreed to reconsider the ban after hearing from outraged owners.

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