Lake Saint Louis, MO, is making revisions to its vicious animal ordinance. One of the proposed revisions is to change the wording slightly, so that officials will be able to consider breed when determining whether or not a dog is “dangerous.”
The city council has proposed this change: “In reference to dogs, a dog’s breed shall not be
considered the only consideration in determining whether or not it is ‘dangerous.'” The change would effectively allow officials to make subjective guesses about a dog’s possible breed as one piece of “evidence” that a dog is dangerous.
The vicious animal ordinance revisions, presumably including this one, are on a Work Session Agenda for December 19 at 5:30 PM at City Hall.
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