New Article: Improvement in Dog Bite Ordinance in Pennsylvania
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Minnersville, Pennsylvania is in the process of strengthening its ordinance regulating animals in the city. This specifically applies to dangerous dogs. The ordinance was recently given at a council meeting, when police Chief Michael Combs prompted the move after dog bite incidents have occurred several times in the area.
Throughout the summer in Minnersville, there have been three major dog bite attacks including a pit bull that turned on its owner's three children, a bit pull that bit an 8-year-old boy after the animal was fighting with another dog and a dog that escaped from its home and bit an 80-year-old man. The ordinance has hopes to control these dangerous dogs and to receive attention from residents in the area.
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