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where are pit bull not allowed?

i have a pitbull and want to move to colorado. they are not allowed in denver but what about other areas? are they allowed in lafayette? boulder? broomfield?

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  • Christy DieringerChristy Dieringer Valley MillsPosts: 170Member
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    Lafayette and Broomfield had BSL until 2006 when it was stopped. Don't know how it stands right now 100% but pretty sure it's back to no BSL. Here's a website with a list that is updated frequently. All of us dog lovers need to stay informed on BSL! Several cities in Iowa are banning any dog over 100 lbs and this could mean large labradors, st bernards, great danes, etc. Also, most pits aren't close to 100 lbs so not sure how that breed ban is supposed to stop people there from owning pits! Good luck and exercise your right to be informed!
  • Tiffany CarsonTiffany Carson St. MarysPosts: 15,800Member
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    Be very careful. In some places where Pit Bulls are outlawed, they can take the dog away from you and uethenize it even if you are just driving through. You can call ahead or see the city's/county's website, as sometimes they tell you about the laws there. Good luck and let's all keep shouting "punish the DEED not the BREED!".
  • Shaylee VShaylee V Posts: 7,654Member
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    Here is a website listing cities with BSL:
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