Pit bull owners are taking their fight to keep their dogs and their homes to federal court.
Shelters and pit bull owners say they’re now feeling the effects of a controversial ruling that labeled pit bulls as inherently dangerous.
A Harford County Sheriff’s deputy shot a pit bull after it reportedly attacked a child.
A measure that Maryland lawmakers hoped would address liability concerns relating to a court ruling on dog bites by pit bulls has died in the recent special session on gambling.
A change is in the making for all Maryland dog owners. The state Senate has given preliminary approval of a new dog bite law.
The Maryland Senate has passed a version of the bill declaring pit bulls as an “inherently dangerous” breed. The new mandate makes all dog owners liable for attacks.
Adding a new casino will be the focus of a special session later this week in Annapolis but another issue could impact all Maryland dog owners.
Animal advocates in Maryland may soon get another chance to fight a ruling that recently labeled pit bulls and pit mixes inherently dangerous.
A key development in Maryland’s controversial pit bull ruling that would allow landlords to evict people who own that breed: the Attorney General’s Office says while the ruling is being appealed, landlords don’t have that right.
Dog lovers looking for a quick resolution to the court ruling that labels pit bulls inherently dangerous may have to wait longer than they hoped.
A toy poodle is killed by a pit bull in an Owings Mills townhouse community. The little dog’s owners are devastated. The attack refuels controversy over the pit bull breed and what some call a pattern of violence.
The decision to label pit bulls dangerous in Maryland has many dog owners upset. Now, lawmakers are looking into the controversial ruling.