The Knysna Municipality will be deliberating tomorrow on a new bylaw that will place strict regulations on owners of pitbulls and other dog breeds considered dangerous.
The measures have been proposed after a series of brutal attacks in and around the coastal holiday town in the past month, including an incident in which the victim was a teenager.
It is hoped the bylaws will halt dog attacks in the area.
Knysna acting municipal manager Grant Easton said that the bylaw would be deliberated discussed at a governance and economic development committee meeting tomorrow.
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