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    Plus more rules and regulations only impact those inclined to abide by them anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Pawfectionist View Post
    I really just want to know!


    If their dog causes problems by injuring anyone in society, then a case should be brought forward to determine the reason for the dog's behaviour, work out if it was actually other causes for the behaviour, rehabilitate as required and let it back into society. If there was harm to another animal or person then they should be given dangerous dog status and either put back into society with strict rules, given to an organisation that can see out it's days or euthanise (if necessary). REGARDLESS of the breed.

    I also think they should have an expert do compulsory bite prevention classes in Primary Schools. Children (and parents) need to learn about dog body language and how to behave around dogs, especially dogs they don't know. THIS WILL help reduce dog bites with children in the community.

    What does everyone else think?

    The scenarios and public education you suggest are pretty close to what's currently in place in NSW. I am talking all breed types.


    Re BSL....

    Yes I agree any current BSL needs to be thrown out the window and a new approach catering for all breed types be discussed to reduce attacks.

    There was a rally in Melbourne and Sydney that attempted to address this very issue. Sorry, have forgotten what they were called, but they had some very well grounded and realistic ideas for working through these issue as well as help reverse public perception.
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    ... Jade ...

    Aha yeah me too! wee wee or pee pee and poo poo's or poopie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chipps View Post
    The scenarios and public education you suggest are pretty close to what's currently in place in NSW. I am talking all breed types.


    Re BSL....

    Yes I agree any current BSL needs to be thrown out the window and a new approach catering for all breed types be discussed to reduce attacks.

    There was a rally in Melbourne and Sydney that attempted to address this very issue. Sorry, have forgotten what they were called, but they had some very well grounded and realistic ideas for working through these issue as well as help reverse public perception.
    Yes, I was at the rally in Melbourne. One of my dog training lecturers organized it with the help of NDTF. In fact, I wish everyone had gone, because it used statistics and everythig to prove that it's a load of bull.

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