Maryland Dog Lovers: Share Your Story
The Maryland Court of Appeals ruling that "pit bulls" are “inherently dangerous” has outraged Marylanders across the state.
The Humane Society of the United States is working with other organizations, dog lovers, and Md. decision makers to help everyone affected by the ruling.
Maryland residents are already facing horrible choices. Renters are being told by their landlords that pit bull-type dogs are prohibited in their buildings. People who own their homes are hearing that their homeowner’s associations are taking steps to limit such dogs. Landlords are facing increased liability if they allow tenants to keep pit bull-type dogs.
- If you have questions about this ruling, go to our Protect Maryland Dogs page or call our helpline: 1-855-MDDOGS1 (1-855-633-6471).
- Para más información, favor de comunicarse con Raúl Arce-Contreras al email@example.com.
- Follow our efforts to fight this ruling on Facebook
Share your story
It's critical to communicate to state leaders how devastating this ruling is for Marylanders. If you have been affected by the ruling, please take a moment to share a photo of your pit bull-type dog on our Flickr page along with your story. Make your voice heard!