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Breed Specific Legislation

In Australia, they added the Maltese to the dangerous dog list.

6 Responses to “Breed Specific Legislation”

  1. Ian Argent Says:

    There really ought to be an equivalent of the 4 rules for dogs (pets in general, I suppose).

    Or, to put it simpler – Is Dog, Can Bite.

    Terriers in general are dogs bred to go into enclosed spaces and take on critters close to their own size. The canine equivalent of tunnel rats. And people think they’re cute…

  2. bwm Says:

    Another unexpected inclusion was the state’s most popular dog, the Labrador retriever, which was reportedly involved in 20 attacks from July to September

    lol wut?

    why even have a list if your going to add every dog to it?

  3. selwyn marock Says:

    All dogs should be added,the latest FBI reports that in the whole USA for the year 2008.Fatalities caused by dogs(all breeds)= 16
    Murders human on Human=16000.
    No wait a minute this would mean that us the master race humans are more dangerous than our canine friends,it is us that should be euthanised.Mr Wirth has got it wrong,he is wirthless,he must report back to the battling politico that put him up to this madness and tell him there must be a change of plan.

  4. Weer'd Beard Says:

    First they came for the pit bulls and I said nothing….

  5. ATLien Says:

    Wow, the Aussies turned into sissies pretty quickly, didn’t they?

  6. Joat Says:

    My typing is slower than normal right now, my setter mix mongrel bit me on Sunday, as far as I know she doesn’t have any of the ‘dangerous’ breeds mixed in her, she’s about 40 lbs generally mild and friendly but she didn’t like me taking away the bowl of pasta she was eating. The bruises and swelling should go away in a week or so. All dogs can bite any dog of a reasonable size can do real damage.

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