7/30/14 3:10 p.m.
Reynoldsburg, Ohio has been in the news for its strict law against owning pit bulls.
In 1996, Reynoldsburg City Council banned ownership of the dog and just this week the current council voted against dropping the breed from its vicious dog law, saying the animals are a threat to public safety.
Hancock County Chief Animal Control Officer Dana Berger said in Findlay, pit bulls are treated as fairly as any other animal. Berger said there are no such laws here and none pending that he is aware of.
Though pit bulls are banned there, Reynoldsburg resdients who own pit bulls say they’ll continue to raise them responsibly as members of their families.Read More →