Medford, Ore. -- The public sounded off Wednesday on potential restrictions for so-called dangerous dogs and their owners.
Nearly 50 people packed the City Council Chambers sharing their thoughts before the police advisory committee.
Police say in just the last three years in Medford pit bulls killed eight dogs.
Most of tonight's comments in opposition to restriction, but not all.
Police say before making any decisions, they'll hold more monthly meetings and say they are not looking at a specific breed ban.
The city council will have the final say.