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Tons Of Pit Bulls May Be Euthanized In Montreal Next Week Due To Ban

It’s a taxing time for animal advocates in Montreal. The Canadian city has passed a new bylaw, which makes it illegal for residents to adopt or buy a pit bull. Any dog considered to be of the breed that is living in a shelter faces euthanasia on Oct. 3, the day the bylaw goes into effect, Montreal SPCA told CTV. But there are ways to help. You can sign petitions to ban visiting Montreal as long as the city continues to ban pit bulls, which you can sign here and here.
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