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Lodi City Council to consider stricter rules for vicious dogs

Requiring owners to get insurance for dogs with history of violent incidents among recommended changes to municipal code

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Posted: Wednesday, June 18, 2014 12:00 am

The Lodi City Council may adopt tougher rules regarding vicious dogs at a July 16 meeting.

Officer Jennifer Bender, Lodi’s Animal Services supervisor, recommended a number of updates to the city’s municipal code that deals with animals at a special meeting Tuesday morning. Many of the updates related to vicious or potentially dangerous dogs within the city limits.

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  • Ed Walters posted at 3:55 pm on Wed, Jun 18, 2014.

    the old dog Posts: 638

    Perhaps both, breaking into swimming pools and much worse, with gangs shooting and killing each other , along with that little girl that was asked to leave McDonald's due to the scars on her face from two pit bulls that chewed her up. Some cities have put a band on pits, and for a good reason, bad owners.

  • Larry Hamilton posted at 9:20 am on Wed, Jun 18, 2014.

    Larry Hamilton Posts: 53

    The city should be worried about bad kids instead of dogs. As far as cats I have never heard of a cat with rabies. I really can't say anything good about our leaders.



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