OHIO - A 25-year-old Ohio law that labeled all pit bulls as vicious will end on Tuesday.
The change means a stronger focus on behavior, rather than breed, in determining if a dog is to be considered vicious.
The new system puts all dogs on the same playing field and establishes 3 different categories for labeling a violent dog, of any breed.
The current law in our state labels all put bulls as vicious, and advocates hope through education we can eventually have a law similar to Ohio’s.
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