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15/07/2016 06:44 EDT | Actualisé 15/07/2016 06:45 EDT

La Ville de Montréal annonce l'ajout d'une patrouille animalière additionnelle

In this Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014 photo, a 2-year-old pit bull named Buddy waits to play at a dog park in the south Denver suburb of Englewood, Colo. Buddy is being cared for in Englewood because of a ban on pit bulls in Aurora, Colo., where the dog lived with his owners. But Buddy's place of residence could change if voters in Aurora consider repealing the ban on pit bulls, which has been in place for the past nine years, in the November general election. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)
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In this Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014 photo, a 2-year-old pit bull named Buddy waits to play at a dog park in the south Denver suburb of Englewood, Colo. Buddy is being cared for in Englewood because of a ban on pit bulls in Aurora, Colo., where the dog lived with his owners. But Buddy's place of residence could change if voters in Aurora consider repealing the ban on pit bulls, which has been in place for the past nine years, in the November general election. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

La Ville de Montréal a annoncé vendredi l'ajout d'une patrouille animalière additionnelle.

Cette mesure a pour objectif d'accentuer la pression sur les propriétaires de chiens. L'administration municipale estime que seulement 14 % des 150 000 chiens de son territoire sont enregistrés.

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