Here is some possibly good news for those of you concerned about all the pit bull attacks in San Bernardino - four people died over the last five years. Since the start of 2010, there have been six attacks involving pit bulls - two involved small children who died.
County officials are proposing an ordinance for unincorporated county areas that will require owners of pit bulls and related breeds over the age of four months to spay and neuter their pets within 30 days of the ordinance approval. There are too many pit bulls and most of them are dangerous - this law will reduce the pit bull population. Those who do not follow the new law will receive a $100 fine for the first offense, $200 for a second and $500 for a third offense.
In the meantime, if a pit bull or any other animal attacks you or a family member, I suggest you contact an experienced Personal Injury Attorney who will help you get compensation for your medical expenses.