Residents of Robins against Pit-Bulls
Robins City Council is considering lifting the ordinance that bans Pit-Bull dogs within the city limits. On Monday, October 6th a resident of Robins and owner of a Pit-Bull asked the City Council to remove or change the ordinance to allow for different breed of Pit-Bulls. The City Councils response focused on why they are discussing this issue if this dog has no prior history of aggression. A decision was NOT made to remove the Pit-Bull; however they are now discussing revising the Ordinance to NOT be breed-specific as well as liability issues. This topic will be discussed again in the Nov. City Council Meeting and a ruling will be made. Until that time, a pit bull is allowed to stay in Robins city limits. This ordinance was adopted in 2004 in response to several incidents took place. To make an exception or revise the ruling impacts our entire community. Would you want a pit bull next to your family Please sign this online petition if you AGREE with keeping Pit-Bulls out of Robins City limits. Thanks for your time.