Florida city ordinance targets dangerous canines

07/14/2010 | Daytona Beach News-Journal (Fla.), The

A proposed ordinance in Palm Coast, Fla., that would impose restrictions on dogs that are considered dangerous is set for final consideration. Under the measure, a dog would be declared dangerous if it is cited for a single attack on another animal, and its owner would be required to pay a $150 fine.

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