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Current Ohio Legislation

HB 108 (Nitros Law)


Passed House 2/15/2012

HB 108 specifically prohibits an owner, manager, or employee of a kennel of dogs from committing cruel treatment of a companion animal, to give a prosecutor who prosecutes an owner, manager, or employee of a kennel of dogs who commits cruel treatment of a companion animal discretion in prosecuting the owner, manager, or employee for the offense, and to remove certain language regarding the negligent treatment of companion animals. (This bill also makes a violation of certain sections of the ORC punishable by a 5th degree felony.)

Click Here to view information regarding the bill including State Representative votes.

http://www.legislature.state.oh.us/bills.cfm?ID=129_HB_108

 

HB 14


HB 14 was passed by the Ohio House and Senate and signed into law by Governor John Kasich.

Passed House – 6/28/2011 / 2/8/2012 (with Senate amendments)

Passed Senate – 1/31/2012

Signed by Governor into law – 2/21/2012

HB 14 removes pit bulls from the definition of “vicious dog” in state law, to establish a process by which owners, keepers, or harborers of dogs that have been designated as nuisance, dangerous, or vicious may appeal that designation, to define a “nuisance dog,” to change the definitions of a “dangerous dog” and a “vicious dog,” to require the owner of a dangerous dog to obtain a dangerous dog registration certificate, to prohibit certain felons from owning dogs under certain conditions, and to change the penalties involving ownership of nuisance, dangerous, and vicious dogs.

Click Here to View information regarding the bill including State Representative votes.

http://www.legislature.state.oh.us/bills.cfm?ID=129_HB_14

 

Featured Success Story

Featured Success Story:

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Advocates 4 Animals specializes in working directly with high-kill shelters and pulling cats/dogs off of death row, literally in their last scheduled moments at the hands of shelter workers. A4A finds approved rescues and schedules boarding and transport to save the lives of countless death row pets. In addition, A4A works through their own network of volunteer foster homes to rescue/rehabilitate (social, emotional and physical) and adopt pets who were once death row shelter cats/dogs- into loving forever homes. We believe in COLLABORATION among rescue groups, shelters and the general public. It takes a team effort- from these groups, from volunteer transport drivers, volunteer foster homes, donors/sponsors, adopters....it takes us all working together to make miracles happen!