Families complaining about attacks at the hands of the animals started the discussion. Everyday workers at the Owensboro Humane Society take Dozier on his daily walk. They describe him as a kind, gentle dog who because of his breed is getting a bad rap. Dozier and Rngo are just two of three pitbulls in the facility who could be banned if a measure under consideration by the county is passed. A ban discussed at the last fiscal court meeting after two families came forward to speak about two incidents of attack. One family had a poodle that was attack while they were walking by a pit bull. When it tried to get away from the pit it ran into the street and was killed by an autombile. That along a pit bull chasing indicent has put the spotlight on the breed. Categorizing it in some minds as an animal that is a danger to the community County officials say it will take a few weeks before they decide what action the county will take on the ban.