PENSACOLA, Fla. (WEAR) — A bill in Tallahassee would put more regulations on owners of dangerous dogs.
It's called the "Pam Rock Act," and was passed unanimously last week by a state House committee.
The bill was named after mail carrier Pam Rock. She was killed two years ago when a pack of dogs attacked her while she was on the job.
Jordan says the policy could add between $50 to $200 a month to the owner's home insurance policy.
But getting the policy may not be easy.
"If the dog has a known bite history, you're going to have a challenge in obtaining coverage because no one is going to want to take on that risk," Jordan said.
The bill now moves on to a Judiciary Committee before heading to the House floor for a final vote.