Terrebonne Parish, LA: Parish rejects BSL

Terrebonne Parish began to consider BSL back in February. Discussion on the breed-specific proposal continued through at least April. But by September, the board had returned with a new breed-neutral proposed dog ordinance. The breed-neutral ordinance passed last night.

Terrebonne council adopts dog law

Published: Thursday, December 1, 2011 at 9:31 p.m.

Sweeping changes to Terrebonne Parish’s animal-control laws set tougher standards for vicious animals and their owners though it does not single out any specific breeds.

The changes, which have been debated and discussed for nearly a year, passed unanimously at Thursday night’s council meeting. […]

Councilman Billy Hebert […] said he was swayed during the last nine months of debate away from a vicious-animal law that singled out specific breeds.

“We needed one for all breeds,” he said. […]

Full article retrieved 12/2/11 from http://www.dailycomet.com/article/20111201/HURBLOG/111209936/1320?Title=Terrebonne-council-adopts-dog-law

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One response to “Terrebonne Parish, LA: Parish rejects BSL

  1. Bravo! Common sense has prevailed!!!