California county considers pit-bull ordinance

08/6/2010 | KTVU-TV (Oakland, Calif.)

Officials in Contra Costa County, Calif., are pressing for an ordinance that calls for mandatory spaying and neutering of area pit bulls. The move comes a month after a toddler reportedly was attacked by a pit bull. "The dual objective of this type of ordinance is to limit the already abundant population of pit bull type breeds and to make our community safer," an area official said.

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