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Published: 6/2/2014


Plight of “pit-bull”-type dogs

Area dog advocates say the plight of “pit-bull”-type dogs in Lucas County has greatly improved over the last few years, but more progress is needed. In 2012, Ohio altered a 25-year-old law that deemed all “pit bull”-type dogs as inherently vicious, resulting in the deaths of thousands of canines each year. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW.

Ginger, an adopted pit bull, is front and center during a photo shoot with Amanda and Nathan Overholt in their Northwood home. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ginger, an adopted pit bull, is front and center during a photo shoot with Amanda and Nathan Overholt in their ...
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Amanda and Nathan Overholt pose with their two pit bulls, Ginger, left, and Ace. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Amanda and Nathan Overholt pose with their two pit bulls, Ginger, left, and Ace.
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Amanda and Nathan Overholt's adopted pit bulls, Ginger, left, and Ace, play in their Northwood backyard. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Amanda and Nathan Overholt's adopted pit bulls, Ginger, left, and Ace, play in their Northwood backyard.
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Amanda and Nathan Overholt's adopted pit bulls, Ginger, left, and Ace, play in their Northwood backyard. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Amanda and Nathan Overholt's adopted pit bulls, Ginger, left, and Ace, play in their Northwood backyard.
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Amanda Overholt plays with her two pit bulls, Ace, left, and Ginger in their Northwood backyard. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Amanda Overholt plays with her two pit bulls, Ace, left, and Ginger in their Northwood backyard.
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