A trio of photos from Gary Scott’s lawsuit against the city of Payette show his service dog, Buddy. Under Payette codes, Buddy was considered a “vicious dog service animal” due to his being a pit bull.
A trio of photos from Gary Scott’s lawsuit against the city of Payette show his service dog, Buddy. Under Payette codes, Buddy was considered a “vicious dog service animal” due to his being a pit bull. Gary Scott and Adam P. Karp
A trio of photos from Gary Scott’s lawsuit against the city of Payette show his service dog, Buddy. Under Payette codes, Buddy was considered a “vicious dog service animal” due to his being a pit bull. Gary Scott and Adam P. Karp

Payette banned pit bulls. Now they’re once again OK to own.

April 11, 2017 10:43 AM

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