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Determining and Dealing With the “Dangerous” Dogs

What constitutes the “dangerous” title for a dog and what should one do to deal with dog after deemed a threat?


What constitutes the “dangerous” title for a dog and what should one do to deal with dog after deemed a threat?

This Monday, on November 8th, the Dangerous Dog Committee members gathered for their second ever meeting to discuss the method of which they will determine if dogs are dangerous or not, and then if determined a threat, how the city should deal with them.

The committee is defined by members that include dog owners, aldermen, and Humane Society officials.

What are your thoughts on this ordinance possibly coming out to protect the breed’s majority?

http://whbl.com/news/articles/2010/nov/08/defining-dangerous-dogs/

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