City Changes Law So That Dangerous “Dogs” Are Banned, Not Specific Breeds
A pitbull ban in the city of Fruitland, that has been going on for almost ten years, has been changed.
“They’ve taken a real hard look at their breed discriminatory ordinance and thankfully made a strong course correction and repealed that ill-conceived law.” said Adam Karp of Animal Law Offices.
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Aubrey Ann Iwasa, a resident, filed a lawsuit because she wanted a blue nose pittie and was denied from keeping him.
“He was a puppy and I believe they checked with law enforcement to make sure it was ok and they were assured by the city of Fruitland Brody could come in.” said Adam Karp. “They flew him in and I think within a few days of him coming in the officer they talked to said oops I made a mistake we actually have a breed ban so you can’t have him here.”
Aubrey was told by her lawyer that at any moment she could be punished because of the law.
“Even though Brody had never done anything; or never even looked cross-eyed at another dog or cat or a person he never was harmful to anyone or anything,” said Adam Karp.