In a 5-1 vote, the city of Wentzville, MO added themselves to the growing list of cities that has repealed their breed-specific laws. Their new law also tightens rules for all dog owners of 'dangerous dogs" (determined by behavior), regardless of what breed of dog they are.
The discussion of the repeal began after officials mis-identified a dog as being a 'pit bull'. Concerned residents approached the city about the unfairness of the law, and the city council was wise, reviewed the changes, and adopted a new law that does not single out breeds of dogs.
Congrats to the fine folks in Wentzville.