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A photo of a happy adopted dog was all the evidence the police needed

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Help from the shelter

Dan decided to get legal assistance. The couple went to the police station together to show that the accusations were bogus. Dan was informed as soon as he entered that he would be fined $500.

Fortunately, Kristina was able to put a stop to it. Diggy wasn’t a pit bull at all. He was an American Bulldog, to be precise. This was stated in black and white in the adoption papers. However, this was just the start of the conflict.

Support

Fortunately, Dan was able to count on the assistance of his internet supporters. They became aware of Diggy’s situation after learning about it. The Michigan Humane Society got involved in the narrative and decided to contribute to the cause. An online petition was established. This one called for a legislative change.

The dog breed

According to the defenders of Pitbulls, they are not inherently violent. When badly treated or inadequately trained, the breed may become hostile. By punishing dogs for the faults of their owners, banning a breed penalizes both pets and their owners. In only a few days, the petition had over 54,000 supporters. Dan was determined to fight with this strong stance. He decided to hire an attorney.

How will everything play out? Continue reading on the next page.

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