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    I say "that old chestnut" but it's the same thing

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    Ops my bad sorry nugget made me think it was me i think i made a blondy joke hhehe
    Sorry clubs print i dint mean to accues you im vrey sorry
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
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    It's not your fault Kassie.. like seriously..who still speaks like that these days?

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    Laughs sorry i had to
    An OLD FART laughs
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    Quote Originally Posted by clubsprint View Post
    The questions are loaded. They're like that old nugget, answer yes or no, have you stopped beating your wife?
    Pibulls are killers, two deaths is two deaths that didn't need to happen.
    Is 2 deaths OK by you? Is it OK that two people die (probably children) so that you can have a Pitbull?

    Incidently, taken from the article you refer to here, some of the killers have been a Siberian husky, four bull mastiffs, a rottweiler, and crossbreeds of boxer, greyhound, pit bull and mastiffs so I'd be concerned if I owned a mastif.
    2 out of 32 equals approx 6%. Does the number of Pitbulls representesd as a percentage of the total dog population in Australia come anywhere near that?

    Also from the article you referred to
    In Canberra, however, RSPCA scientific officer Jade Norris says there is "some evidence that certain dog breeds have a greater genetic predisposition towards aggressive behaviour.

    "They might also have a lower trigger point for aggression and due to their physical size and strength they may have a greater capacity to inflict serious injury compared to other breeds."
    Interesting. Let's see what's going on in Calgary (Doesn't that city get held up as the mecca for Pitbull owners?) "After years with Labrador retrievers at the top of Calgary's most-likely to bite list, pitbull and pitbull-type terriers have suddenly taken a dubious lead, passing both shepherds and retrievers."
    In Calgary? No!
    Article Biting criticism of dog owners | Columnists | Opinion | Calgary Sun Lets see what else we can find in Calgary about Pitbulls.
    What does an actual Calgary resident think?Calgary Pit Bull Attacks
    Lastly this link Pitbull Attacks, Maulings, and Killings
    Linda Watsons research only talks about deaths, it doesn't talk about maulings and bites. The evidence about these dogs is overwhelming.
    Firstly, thankyou for replying

    But you still don't really answer the question. Yes of course 2 deaths is too many, but its still only 2 out of 32! Aren't we better off training people to own dogs so that we cut out all 32 deaths, rather than breed banning laws which won't do anything?

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    It just the gov say it to hard and to much money lets just ban than instae
    and who say this the rager
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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    Firstly, thankyou for replying

    But you still don't really answer the question. Yes of course 2 deaths is too many, but its still only 2 out of 32! Aren't we better off training people to own dogs so that we cut out all 32 deaths, rather than breed banning laws which won't do anything?
    Why not do both? Enforce responsible ownership and remove the culprits from society.
    Last edited by clubsprint; 09-19-2011 at 12:18 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clubsprint View Post
    Why not do both? Enforce responsible ownership and remove the culprits from society.
    Ok but as we have pointed out only 2 attacks were APBT x's so do you want us to remove the culprits of the other 30 attacks from society as well?

    How many breeds of dogs would you like to be banned?
    Last edited by Keira & Phoenix; 09-19-2011 at 12:43 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keira & Phoenix View Post
    Ok but as we have pointed out only 2 attacks were APBT x's so do you want us to remove the culprits of the other 30 attacks from society as well?

    How many breeds of dogs would you like to be banned?
    he was asked this yesterday in a different thread and said the usual breeds...rotties, GSD, pitbulls, dobes etc etc etc to which i replied, so every dog that the news reports on. I have never seen MALTESE ATTACKS YOUNG CHILD, ever in the news or papers. Long story short if you ban one dog you should ban them all, seeing as we love equality so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clubsprint View Post
    Why not do both? Enforce responsible ownership and remove the culprits from society.
    Dachshunds would be high on the list after at least two attacks leaving babies critically injured and if we ban for deaths and causing injury then cows and horses should be banned before dogs as annually they are reported in more deaths before the coroner, sheep have also been indicated in deaths as well as bees, so I still can't get what BSL is about I think the only thing they got right in the legislation is the BS as it will not stop the idiot owners, they will still be just as stupid and ignorant as they always were. If the government actually wanted to deal with the situation instead of trying to get a popular (vocal mass driven by media frenzy) vote then they would be looking at laws that banned owners and not dogs/animals, to implement a licence and registration system if you want to own any dog/animal would have gone a lot further in addressing the problem then a breed ban, after all isn't that what they did with snakes and you don't see to many of them getting out or biting people or even being dumped when the owner gets bored with them. Just a thought


    http://www.ncis.org.au/web_pages/Bro...d%20Deaths.pdf

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