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  • No attack dogs

    Attack dogs have no place in civilized society. This includes police attack dogs, which are nothing more than a loophole allowing police brutality. A police dog's duties should be limited to using its nose, and ANY dog that mauls a human being should be put down immediately, even "k9"s (LOL at that stupid name)

  • beware of dogs in cities

    Yes, I agree with the fact that attack dogs should be banned from cities besides police dogs. Cities like new york are crowded with people in every direction. In the cities like these attack dogs can end up hurting someone, for example if a person walks in front of someones house and the dog sees that in a mean way can end up attacking a person just for walking in front of the house.

  • No such thing as vicious

    Dogs should not be banned from cities because they were probably traumatised and harmed to become "vicious" If the owner was kind and treated them nicely then the wouldn't be "dangerous" Anyway I hope this helped with you question. Bye bye. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

  • Question Needs Clarification

    Well it really depends on what you mean by an "attack dog". If you are talking about banning "guard dogs" then No. Guard dogs are very good. They can even save your life and prevent burglars or thieves from breaking in to your house and robbing all of your valuable things.

  • Question Needs Clarification

    Well it really depends on what you mean by an "attack dog". If you are talking about banning "guard dogs" then No. Guard dogs are very good. They can even save your life and prevent burglars or thieves from breaking in to your house and robbing all of your valuable things.

  • Dogs are not evil

    Dogs do not have the capacity to be evil, or to be inherently inclined to attack or defend. The differences between breeds of dogs are well established, but all are domesticated; none have the inherent characteristics to hunt that wolves do, and none are inherently dangerous. 'Attack dogs' are made, not born.


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