Lakewood dog owners renew their opposition to the city's pit bull ban
Residents who oppose the city's ban on pit bulls may try to go around City Council to have it overturned.
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#1 Sep 27, 2013
If, there weren't a problem in the city, then their wouldn't be a need for an ordinance against these dogs. Actually, in truth the problem is NOT the dogs it is the people who train these dogs in a way that makes them a problem, if there were a method for identifying these perpetrators, it would be them who should be banned from the city and not the dogs, these are very sweet dogs when allowed to live among people who love them..
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