Broward County Commissioner Barbara Sharief wants to ban pit bulls in Broward County. At the moment, Broward County doesn't have the power to ban pit bulls, but Commissioner Sharief hopes her colleagues will pass a motion asking the state Legislature to allow it. The County Commission will meet this Tuesday at 115 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale, in the Broward County Governmental Center on the northwest corner of Andrews and Southwest Second Street to discuss the ban. Pit bull lovers need to get together and stop this before it's too late and our beloved animals at kicked out. Here's the wording: MOTION TO APPROVE addition to the state legislative program making it illegal to own and keep American Pit Bull Terriers, American Staffordshire Terriers, Staffordshire Bull Terriers or any other dog that substantially conforms to any of these “pit bull” breed characteristics; support addition to the state legislative program imposing a state fine for acquiring or keeping these specific animals.
It is the humans that are the problem NOT the pit bulls. so BAN THE HUMANS.
I support this petition
There is nothing to be accomplished by banning pit bulls but a very bad example. (Kids will take that it's fine to discriminate against people, dogs, and whatever they want.) Establishing a BSL tears apart families and their pets, some have lost their service dogs. Besides, only a DNA test can really establish if a dog is a certain breed. There are several different "bully breeds", some that also have non-bully blood in their veins. PLEASE do not do this - if there's one or two bad pits in the mixture, look to its owner and see how the dog was raised, whether he's being used for fighting, or worse, as a bait dog. There is no reason or fairness in BSL. Just sadness.
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