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Dangerous dog breed ordinances

Pit Bull Ordinances in Nebraska
City Website View Ordinance Type of Ordinance
Albion Verified ordinance Bans: pit bulls, rottweilers, doberman pinschers and chows | Confirmed (May 2016)
Auburn Section: 98.065 Bans: pit bulls
Beaver Crossing Section: 6-117 Bans: pit bulls
Beatrice Section: 5-1 Pit bulls, dogo argentinos, presa canarios, cane corsos and American bulldogs declared "potentially dangerous"
Blair Section: 6-139 Restricts: pit bulls, cane corsos, dogo argentinos, presa canarios and American bulldogs
Bridgeport Section: 90.62 Restricts: pit bulls, rottweilers and chows
Ceresco News article Bans: pit bulls
Gordon News article Pit bulls declared "dangerous"
Hebron Section: 90.64 Bans: pit bulls, rottweilers, chows and wolf hyrids
Loup City Section: 90.038 Bans: pit bulls, rottweilers and doberman pinschers
Minden Section: 10-39 Bans: pit bulls
Omaha Section: 6 Restricts: pit bulls, dogo argentinos, presa canarios, cane corsos and American bulldogs
Osceola Animal control Bans: pit bulls, chow chows, doberman pinschers, rottweilers, American bandogge mastiffs (bandogs) and Neopolitan mastiffs
Rushville News article Bans: pit bulls
Schuyler News article Restricts: pit bulls
South Sioux City Section: 14-76 Pit bulls declared "potentially dangerous"
Village of Arlington Section: 2-308 Bans: pit bulls and wolf-dog hybrids and restricts rottweilers and doberman pinschers
Village of Stratton News article Bans: pit bulls
Wayne Section: 14-41 Pit bulls declared "vicious"

Ordinances last verified as active on July 23, 2017