Joseph Darby prepares Panda, a 3-year-old identified as a pit bull, for a shower during the grand opening of the Miami-Dade Animal Services Pet Adoption and Protection Center in Doral on June 13, 2016. While some dogs are called pit bulls, they aren’t always deemed to violate the county’s ban on the pit-bull breed.
Joseph Darby prepares Panda, a 3-year-old identified as a pit bull, for a shower during the grand opening of the Miami-Dade Animal Services Pet Adoption and Protection Center in Doral on June 13, 2016. While some dogs are called pit bulls, they aren’t always deemed to violate the county’s ban on the pit-bull breed. MATIAS J. OCNER mocner@miamiherald.com
Joseph Darby prepares Panda, a 3-year-old identified as a pit bull, for a shower during the grand opening of the Miami-Dade Animal Services Pet Adoption and Protection Center in Doral on June 13, 2016. While some dogs are called pit bulls, they aren’t always deemed to violate the county’s ban on the pit-bull breed. MATIAS J. OCNER mocner@miamiherald.com

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