Texas Committee Passes Bill To End Breed Discrimination In Public Housing
13 days ago - By iHeart Dogs
Dogs are a part of the family. When we move, our dogs come with us. But that could be harder for some families, depending on their furry friend's breed. In many states, all landlords have to do is look at a dog and say no. Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, and other muscular dogs are just some of the many canines that suffer because of this. It's time to put an end to these outdated rules.
There is no science to prove that any breed is naturally dangerous. Dogs are dogs, so they should be treated equally. Luckily, a new Texas bill might be the answer.
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