It is happening in Toledo! Dog
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The Lucas County Dog Warden's office has stopped enforcing the city of Toledo's controversial vicious-dogs law and “pit bull” restrictions following a judge's ruling last week that parts of the law are unconstitutional.
County and city officials asked late last week that Acting Dog Warden Bonnie Mitchell stop her deputies from targeting “pit bulls” and “pit bull” mixes, as they were doing to carry out the law, County Administrator Mike Beazley said Thursday.
“We've directed them to not enforce Toledo's law,” he said.
The law limits city residents to owning just one “pit bull” or “pit bull” mix dog and requires that owners keep their animal leashed and muzzled when it's away from home. A violation is a misdemeanor offense.
We dog owners in Ontariostan are dancing in the streets for you! Congrats and hope we are right behind ya.. Denver too!
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