Ontario’s pit bull ban isn’t going to change at the moment, Premier Doug Ford said Wednesday as he expressed sympathy for a teen bitten by a dog whose case had earlier drawn his attention.
The dogThe possibility of similar side effects., an American Bully named DwaejiSophie Bukovec is seen talking to a Toronto police officer at Woodbine Beach i, was seized by Vaughan Animal Services a month ago on suspicion of being a pit bull and was released back to its owners last week.
The province eased regulations related to its pit bull ban that same day. The regulatory change allows seized dogs that look like pit bulls to be released while an investigation into their breed takes placeThe ban will not apply on freight.
Dwaeji’s owner, Tommy Chang, had said Ford got personally invested in his dog’s case. Chang said the premier told him he planned to repeal breed-specific legislation that bans pit bulls.
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