Perplexingly, though the article cites several attacks by Rottweilers and public concern and comments are focused primarily on Rottweilers, that breed has not been targeted by the new breed ban.
The ban goes into effect immediately and does not contain a grandfather clause.
Pit bull among seven breeds banned in Subang Jaya
By EDWARD R. HENRY, email@example.com
SEVEN dog breeds — Akita, Neapolitan Mastiff, American Bulldog, Dogo Argentino, Fila Brasileiro, Japanesa Tosa and American Pit bull — are set to vanish from households in Subang Jaya soon.[…]
MPSJ director Dr Roslan Mohamed Hussin said the ban was with immediate effect.
He said the council had begun operations to check residential areas in the township for such dog breeds.[…]
Full article retrieved 4/14/11 from http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.asp?file=/2011/4/14/central/8475437&sec=central
does anyone know which lawmaker i should send my personal letter to ? or anything else i can do to voice out or get involved in a campaign against this ? i am just utterly disturbed and need to stand up for these dogs . it is absolutely ridiculous and disturbing that the government has the right to just do whatever they want with these dogs .
Hi Chermayne, I am not familiar with the lawmaking processes in Malaysia. If this were happening the U.S., I would advise that people contact the city council, which would be the lawmaking body that would have proposed and passed this law in the U.S. It may be a similar process in Subang Jaya, but I am not sure who proposes and passes the laws in Subang Jaya.