Michigan Call To Action
If passed, Michigan House Bill 4035 would end breed-specific legislation (BSL) in Michigan by preventing local city governments from regulating dogs based on their appearance or perceived breed. This bill is in-line with scientific studies, veterinary, canine, and public safety experts which all agree that BSL and breed-based bans are ineffective and a waste of public resources. Even worse, they are discriminatory towards responsible owners and punish dogs based only on their appearance or breed, sometimes resulting in the seizure of loved pets that have done nothing wrong. If you agree that BSL in Michigan should end, please take action by sending a message to members of the Michigan House of Representatives using the form below.