DogsBite.org: Some dogs don't let go.Summary of Estimate
Countries worldwide updated May 18, 2013
U.S. CitiesU.S. Counties
U.S. Military Bases
 Sources are derived from the DogsBite.org website and Wikipedia. This document makes nodetermination as to whether the military facilities listed actually contain privatized housing.
Summary of Estimate
Estimated U.S. Cities, Counties,States and Military Facilitieswith Breed-Specific Laws
The estimated number of countries worldwide withbreed-specific laws is also included.
Compiled by DogsBite.org October 12, 2011
Sources are available at http://www.dogsbite.org/
UPDATE NOTICE - December 2012
Due to the passage of HB 14 by the Ohiostate legislature, which came into effectMay22, 2012, the status of municipal dangerousdog ordinances in Ohio is in flux and isextremely difficult to evaluate in the contextof any snapshot status report. In December 2012, DogsBite.org excluded over 200 Ohio jurisdictions and added about 150 new jurisdictions in other U.S. states that havebreed specific laws.Updated to reflect Ohio changes December 28, 2012
 Not all cities within a county that restricts pit bulls are subject to the county law. This document listsall incorporated cities within such counties (not townships or villages), but makes no determination as towhether the municipality is required to abide by county law. Breed-specific laws have been enacted by municipalities in 38 different U.S. states. Currently, noU.S. state has a state-level breed-specific law.