There’s new hope for pit bull owners. A bill being proposed in the Maryland General Assembly could overrule a court ruling calling all pit bulls vicious dogs.
Attacked by three dogs. That’s what a Howard County man says happened to him while he was running in his own neighborhood.
A Baltimore City family is outraged after they say a Baltimore City cop shot and killed their beloved dog.
An elderly woman is rushed to the hospital after being attacked by a neighbor’s dog. This latest incident comes as the stand-off over pit bulls in Maryland heats up.
An 89-year-old woman was attacked by a pit bull Wednesday.
Showdown over pit bulls. Owners are fighting a court ruling that has many choosing between their dogs and their homes.
Baltimore City police officer shoots a pit bull as it was mauling a woman. The woman is now in the hospital with serious injuries to her abdomen.
The Maryland Court of Appeals has affirmed its decision to make pit bull owners and landlords liable for attacks. Though the court did make one amendment.
A sheriff’s deputy shot and killed a pit bull, after the dog bit an 11-year-old boy in Harford County on Wednesday. The child had minor injuries and did not need to go to the hospital. But the shooting comes one day after the General Assembly failed to resolve a controversial court ruling that declares pit bulls inherently dangerous. Now some pit bull owners may feel compelled to give up their dogs.
Another hot-button issue is being tackled by lawmakers during the special session. A Senate panel has passed a bill agreeing to discuss the ruling by the Maryland Court of Appeals declaring pit bulls as “inherently dangerous”.
A Maryland lawmaker says he expects a bill addressing a court ruling that defines pit bulls as “inherently dangerous” will be introduced in this month’s special session.
An Elkton couple has sued the town, the police department and the Cecil County SPCA for $5 million in the shooting death of their pit bull.