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Residents: Profiling pit bulls doesn’t work / Opponent: Ogden would trample 4th Amendment with inspections without proof dog is a danger
Last updated Tuesday, September 28, 2010 – 11:36pm
OGDEN — If passed, the ordinance would call for pit bull owners to carry $25,000 in liability insurance coverage, have their dogs licensed and microchipped, and keep the dogs in a secure kennel or fully fenced yard and on an adequate leash when not confined.
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Ogden revisits pit bull restriction ordinance proposal
FOX 13 News
11:18 PM MDT, September 28, 2010
OGDEN, Utah – The city of Ogden is revisiting a proposal regarding pit bull dog ownership restrictions that were scrapped last year after a major public outcry. The proposal is back and was the center of a discussion at a city council meeting Tuesday evening.
Council members said the meeting was all about fact finding. But the city council already has drafted a ordinance outline called the “Dangerous Dog” ordinance, that would place restrictions on the ownership of pit bulls. The restrictions and regulations that some pit bull owners say simply are not fair. The Best Friends Animal Society calls it discrimination.
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Ogden’s proposed pitbull ordinance
Reported by: Annie Cutler
Last Update: 2:39 am
OGDEN, Utah (ABC 4 News) – The proposed regulations include requiring a $25,000 liability insurance, implanting a microchip ID in the dogs, establishing stricter confinement and leash requirements, and making it a Class B misdemeanor for any violations.
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