‘Dog racism’ behind move to evict pit bull, lawyer claims (NY)

A 63-pound pit bull its owner claims is a therapy dog “savagely attacked” an eight-pound pooch that visits pediatric cancer patients outside the owners’ Chelsea condo, a new lawsuit claims.  Now the condo board is suing to evict the pit bull – a move the owner’s lawyer slams as “dog racism.”    Read the article…………….


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