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Dangerous dog designation to be appealed


A Burdin Boulevard man who had his male pit bull declared a “potentially dangerous dog” by Grand Coulee’s city council last Tuesday night has decided to appeal the decision.

The dog belongs to Andrew Kramer, 308 Burdin Boulevard, and it bit a Portland, Oregon woman, Kimberly Karlsson, on July 22, a police report said.

The city council declaration stated that the black, white and grey male pit bull, named “Rowdy,” attacked and bit Karlsson without provocation.

The “potentially dangerous dog” designation requires that Kramer will have to have the dog in a secure pen and carry li...

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