Full Title Name:  Breed Specific Legislation: Unfair Prejudice and Ineffective Policy

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Devin Burstein Place of Publication:  Animal Law Review at Lewis & Clark Law School Publish Year:  2004 Primary Citation:  10 Animal L. 313 (2004)

This comment examines breed specific legislation--the unfortunate attempt of legislatures throughout the country to address the valid concern over vicious dog attacks by prohibiting or strictly regulating entire breeds, most often pitbulls. To prevent the tragedies that can occur when a dog attacks a human, legislation must take aim at the heart of the problem, the human owners that allow, through negligence or intentional mistreatment and training, these attacks to occur.

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