Tag Archives: dalmatian

Butte-Silver Bow, MT: BSL proposed (11 breeds and mixes)

In addition to BSL for “pit bulls,” Butte-Silver Bow will consider BSL for the following proposed “dangerous” breeds: pit bulls, Rottweilers, German shepherds, Siberian huskies, Alaskan malamutes, Doberman pinschers, chow chows, Presa Canarios, boxers, Dalmatians, Akita and any mixed-breed dog whose “features are predominantly of these breeds.”

Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday on the third floor of the courthouse, 155 W. Granite.

Previous alerts for Butte-Silver Bow: http://stopbsl.com/?s=butte-silver+bow

To email all commissioners, go to: http://www.bsb.mt.gov/employees/EmpDetail.asp?emp_id=372

Butte-Silver Bow, 155 West Granite Street, Butte, MT 59701
Telephone: (406) 497-6200
FAX: (406) 497-6328

Butte man calls for tougher dog laws

By Justin Post of The Montana Standard
Posted: Tuesday, August 3, 2010 3:00 am

The ordinances Banderob has proposed would require the owners of “dangerous” dog breeds or crossbreeds to procure $50,000 in liability insurance and create a dangerous/vicious animal public safety committee.

Read the rest of the story here: 

http://www.mtstandard.com/news/local/article_e1b3cbe0-9ecf-11df-8328-001cc4c03286.html

Advertisements

Eupora, MS: BSL passed (multiple breeds)

Previous alert for Eupora: http://stopbsl.com/?s=eupora

The article doesn’t provide many details regarding the ordinance passed last week. However, unless significant amendments were made to the proposed ordinance since I last spoke with the city clerk a few hours before the council meeting, it contains language that regulates and/or bans the ownership of SEVERAL breeds of dogs. To my knowledge and per the city clerk, the only amendment to the ordinance on April 5 was with respect to the insurance requirement. The breed specific language had not been removed.

Jodi Preis
Bless the Bullys
http://www.blessthebullys.com

Board okays dog law

by By Russell Hood
The Webster Progress-Times

The Eupora Board of Aldermen has given final approval to a dog and animal control ordinance. It did so April 5 following a public hearing in the Community Center.[…]

Article retrieved 4/16/10 from http://www.websterprogresstimes.com/view/full_story/7089380/article-Board-okays-dog–law?instance=websterhome_news_right