Vicious dog ordinance passes in Alabama city

08/18/2010 | Montgomery Advertiser (Ala.)

The City Council in Prattville, Ala., approved Tuesday an ordinance requiring secure enclosures for dogs that are declared "vicious" by court. Under the measure, any animal that "attacks, bites or inflicts injury to human beings, pets, companion animals, or livestock" is considered vicious. The measure imposes possible jail time and a maximum fine of $500 on violators.

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