Military breed-specific policies ::

In 2009, the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps banned dangerous dog breeds from privatized housing domestically and abroad. In 2012, the U.S. Air Force enacted a similar uniform policy.

Dangerous dog breed policies

Breed-Specific Pet Policies on Military Bases
Base Website Pet Policy Type of Pet Policy
Air Force Space Command Uniform pet policy All bases (10+)   View bases »
Bans: pit bulls and rottweilers
U.S. Air Force Uniform pet policy All bases (55+)   View bases »
Bans: pit bulls, rottweilers, doberman pinschers, chows and wolf hybrids.
U.S. Army Uniform pet policy All bases (150+)   View bases »
Bans: pit bulls, rottweilers, doberman pinschers, chows and wolf hybrids.
U.S. Marine Corps Uniform pet policy All bases (55+)   View bases »
Bans: pit bulls, rottweilers and wolf hybrids
Okinawa - Joint Services Uniform pet policy Bans: pit bulls, rottweilers, doberman pinschers, chows and wolf hybrids.
Naval Station Jacksonville Pet policy Bans: akitas, American bulldogs, chows, doberman pinschers, pit bulls and rottweilers
Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay Pet policy Bans: akitas, American bulldogs, chows, doberman pinschers, pit bulls and rottweilers
Naval Station Mayport Pet policy Bans: akitas, American bulldogs, chows, doberman pinschers, pit bulls and rottweilers
Naval Air Station Meridian Pet policy Bans: akitas, American bulldogs, chows, doberman pinschers, pit bulls and rottweilers
Naval Submarine Base New London Pet policy Bans: akitas, American bulldogs, chows, doberman pinschers, pit bulls, presa canarios, rottweilers and wolf-hybrids
Naval Air Station Whiting Field Pet policy Bans: akitas, American bulldogs, chows, doberman pinschers, pit bulls and rottweilers