Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey Travels to Tallahassee to Rally Support For Legislation That Protects Pets

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Legislation authorizes court to take actions regarding care, possession, or control of animal in domestic violence actions

ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey traveled to Tallahassee on Tuesday to voice support for new Florida legislation that has been introduced which would protect pets that are involved in a temporary domestic violence restraining order.

Sheriff Wayne Ivey Travels to Tallahassee to Rally Support For Legislation That Protects Pets in Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey traveled to Tallahassee on Tuesday to voice support for new Florida legislation that has been introduced which would protect pets that are involved in a temporary domestic violence restraining order.

“Someone who is capable of harming an animal is capable of harming a human,” said Sheriff Ivey.

“Florida’s pets should all be protected in domestic violence.”

Florida Senate Bill 1082 and Florida House Bill 241 authorizes the court to take certain actions regarding care, possession, or control of animal in domestic violence actions.

For more information, visit aspca.org/floridapets

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ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey is asking for community support on new legislation that has been introduced which would protect pets to be included in a temporary domestic violence restraining order.

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