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August 04, 2009

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Leah Bond

Fantastic!
Thank you for the information.

Will

Thank you for the information and keeping up with statistics from other cities, I know it can be time consuming.

I live in Omaha and agree that it targets the wrong group of people. I have one full bred APBT and a mix. I used to walk my dogs 3 times a day. Now due to the ordinance I have a fenced in yard and am lucky to walk my dogs once a week because I choose not to subject them or myself to wearing a muzzle and have to drive outside the city limits. I have not taken the CGC test because my full breed is not altered and I'm upset because who are they to tell me what to do with my property. What about the other owners in my area that have show dogs that cannot be altered or cannot be shown? It is unfair legislation and is ONLY effecting responsible owners.

avabee

Thanks for the info. May I ask where you got the dog bite numbers? I'd love to be able to take a look at them. (Not because I don't believe you, but rather so that I can use them to make a case.)

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