If passed, dog owners could face 90 days behind bars and a $500 fine if their dog attacks a person or another animal.
"I think it's a fairly large problem," says Richard Angelo, an attorney who helped draft the ordinance. "This is more of a responsibility type ordinance to make sure people take care of and keep their animals under control."
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