Montana Ordinance Requires Insurance for ‘Aggressive’ Dogs July 7, 2010 The White Sulphur Springs, Mont., city council has passed an insurance requirement for the owners of certain breeds of dogs with reputations for aggressive behaviors. The ordinance requires owners of pit bulls, Doberman pinschers and Rottweilers to purchase $500,000 in liability insurance, regardless of whether the animal has shown aggressive behavior. Owners of other dogs would be subject to the insurance requirement if their animal bites a person or acts aggressively without provocation.
Previous alerts for Turkey: Search Results turkey Stop BSL In addition to forming Facebook groups, Turkish pit-bull owners have started an online petition at Yaþam Hakkýna Saygý – Dilekçe to be sent to ministries and the Parliamentary Committee for Petitions.
Thanks to Jodi for this alert. Very telling excerpt from the article: “Neillsville adopted an ordinance in February 2003 that banned all new pit bulls but allowed those already licensed in the city to remain…. The ordinance, however, hasn’t reduced the number of dog bites or reports of aggressive dogs.” Yet another city that has More from StopBSL.com..
I was just wondering about other success stories regarding having two male dogs in the house with one being a pit. I have two neutered male dogs, one a pit bull mix and they get along great, but I have heard stories of pits turning and starting to be agressive towards the other dog. I was wondering if this is a common thing or just a rare occurence?
First time pit owner here. Started her on Purina Puppy Chow, but she wouldn’t eat it… I guess ’cause it’s junk..
I am just wondering if anyone can help me and point me in the right direction. I need to know where in KS pit bulls are banned. Mainly I need to know about Leavenworth County
The Pit Bull Problem: “Statistics” Published: Saturday, July 03, 2010 According to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, between 1979 and 1998 “Pit bull-type” dogs accounted for 66 of 238 dog bite fatalities in the United States.