Amends GS 67-4.1 to provide that a dog trained for dog fighting or a dog owned or harbored primarily or in part for dog fighting is no longer included in the definition of dangerous dog. Makes technical changes. Clarifies in GS 67-4.5 that cities and counties may adopt their own programs for control of dangerous dogs consistent with Article 1A.
Bill H 878 (2019-2020)Summary date: Apr 18 2019 - More information
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