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Breed-specific legislation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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** Breed-specific legislation **

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A muzzled pit bull-type dog

*Breed-specific legislation* is a law passed by a legislative body
pertaining to a specific breed or breeds of domesticated animals. In
practice, it generally refers to laws pertaining to a specific dog breed or
breeds.

Some jurisdictions have enacted breed-specific legislation in response to a
number of well-publicized incidents involving pit bull-type dogs or other
dog breeds commonly used in dog fighting, and some government organizations
such as the United States Army^[1] and Marine Corps^[2] have taken
administrative action as well. This legislation ranges from outright bans
on the possession of these dogs, to restrictions and conditions on
ownership, and often establishes a legal presumption that these dogs are
/prima facie/ legally "dangerous" or "vicious." In response, some
state-level governments in the United States have prohibited or restricted
the ability of municipal governments within those states to enact
breed-specific legislation.^[3]

It is generally settled in case law that jurisdictions in the United States
and Canada have the right to enact breed-specific legislation; however, the
appropriateness and effectiveness of breed-specific legislation in
preventing dog bite fatalities and injuries is disputed.^[4] One point of
view is that certain dog breeds are a public safety issue that merits
actions such as banning ownership, mandatory spay/neuter for all dogs of
these breeds, mandatory microchip implants and liability insurance, or
prohibiting people convicted of a felony from owning them.^[5]^[6] Another
point of view is that comprehensive "dog bite" legislation, coupled with
better consumer education and legally mandating responsible pet keeping
practices, is a better solution than breed-specific legislation to the
problem of dangerous dogs.^[7]^[8] A third point of view is that
breed-specific legislation should


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breed-specific_legislation

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