The Deputy Mayor of London, Kit Malthouse, said consideration should also be given to banning all bull breeds which were inherently more aggressive than other dogs and were "canine weapons that terrorise the streets of Peckham, Toxteth and Moss Side".Firstly, this will simply prompt the thugs to switch to other breeds, equally as capable of horrendous damage.
Secondly, it's not the breed, it's the owner. How many times does that have to be pointed out to you bunch of nincompoops?
Our neighbour's Staffie is as soft as butter and as daft as a brush. That's because she's a responsible dog owner. And the people you are targetting aren't.
Come to think of it, it's about time we considered compulsory neutering too...
Would that compulsory neutering be for the politicians?
Sorry, I thought the title said "Muzzies" and nearly exploded. Carry on.
"Would that compulsory neutering be for the politicians?"
Well, I can't see any reason for the dogs to suffer that...
"Sorry, I thought the title said "Muzzies" and nearly exploded. "
"Come to think of it, it's about time we considered compulsory neutering too..."
But you had the wrong link, it should be:-
I have a staffie too. He's a complete chicken and shakes when he thinks there's danger. He's a complete and utter softie and loves cuddling all evening on the sofa with me.
It's the owners that should be muzzled!
In Spain, anyone that owns a dog on the dangerous dogs list has to have a psychological evaluation if you want to take them out without a muzzle.
That's the OWNERS not the dog!
The late Barbara Woodhouse (TV dog-training phenomenon... SIIIIT!!) always maintained that there was no such thing as a bad dog, only bad owners.
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