Vancouver, WA: Hundreds rally against possible breed ban

Vancouver, WA city council intends to discuss possible restrictions or a ban on “pit bulls” in August. Locals held a large rally in Vancouver to oppose BSL—an excellent way to network as well as educate, raise awareness, and make an impression on city council members.

Vancouver pit bull lovers rally to protest proposed ban

Published: Wednesday, June 08, 2011, 10:40 PM
By Elliot Njus, The Oregonian

VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON — A ban on pit bulls hasn’t even made it to a City Council agenda yet, but that didn’t stop about 200 dog lovers and more than 50 dogs from gathering in east Vancouver to oppose the proposal.

They lined Mill Plain Boulevard with their pet pit bulls – mostly, though some owners of other breeds joined in to show support – and waved signs to protest a possible ban of the breed.[…]

Full article retrieved 6/10/11 from http://www.oregonlive.com/clark-county/index.ssf/2011/06/vancouver_pit_bull_lovers_rally_to_protest_proposed_ban.html

Facebook page to oppose potential Vancouver ban: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fight-against-the-ban-of-Pit-Bulls-in-Vancouver-WA/223805454314729?sk=wall

All alerts for Vancouver, WA:  http://stopbsl.com/?s=%22vancouver%2C+wa%22

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One response to “Vancouver, WA: Hundreds rally against possible breed ban

  1. cash j. frackiewicz

    There was actually over 400 people. That include kids too. Also over 100 pitbulls were there.