The owner is also committed to providing safe and appropriate shelters for dangerous animals in accordance with the requirements set by the competent authority, and feeding them with appropriate food in sufficient quantities.
The law, ratified by the President and published in the Official Gazette, prohibited the possession, handling or breeding of any of the dangerous animals.
The law was passed after a young bank manager, who is a husband of a broadcaster, died after his neighbor’s dangerous dog, Pit Bull, attacked him.
The Agriculture and Irrigation Committee of the House of Representatives approved a draft law to issue a law regulating the possession of dangerous animals and dogs.
The House of Representatives is discussing a draft law on the ownership of “dangerous animals and dogs,” whereby owning dangerous animals or breeding them is illegal.