Michigan city seeks public input on animal laws

08/26/2010 | Advisor & Source (Shelby Township, Mich.)

Officials in Sterling Heights, Mich., in September will conduct public workshops to determine whether they should revise the city's existing animal ordinances to address dog attacks. According to this article, which cites the AVMA, "[l]egislation aimed at punishing the owner of the dog, rather than punishing the dog, is far more effective in reducing the number of dog bites and attacks."

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