Wednesday 15 November 2023

Where Did She Get It From, I Wonder?

A mum who thought the family dog - an XL bully - was "lovely" until it attacked her six-year-old son, has urged the government to adopt tighter laws. The mother, who has asked not to be named, lives in Carmarthenshire, West Wales. She has had an XL bully for a couple of months.
Clearly an adult dog, not a puppy. Is this yet another case of rescue charity endangerment?
There was "not a single sign" the dog could act in that way, she told Sky News.
Apart from the breed itself, I guess...
She said her concern now was "what was happening before [she] had her".
Pity that concern didn't come before you brought the mutt into the house.
Before the incident, the woman had been a critic of the UK government's ban on XL bully dogs. "We're like, 'It's nonsense, it's nonsense', until you actually have to pull a 50kg dog off your son and I think then we start thinking," she said.
The dog would now be put to sleep after the incident, the woman confirmed.
At least, unlike other owners, she isn't passing it on to some other dim and unsuspecting family.

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