Yes, there is always what if, of course. Because dogs are not human, and w have to treat them like dogs. And yes, dog agression IS NORMAL. It's part of their species, it's part of what they are. But as I said, with early socialising, training, neutering and spaying it is very controllable. Of course, I am not talking about extreme cases, and of course extreme cases are in fact rare.There will always be that WHAT IF? What if the new owners relax? What if they don't like the neighbours dog? What if they get out? Not worth it.
Why not teach people and make dog schools a must? For instance - you cannot have dog without attending certain level of dog school/socialising etc...Why normalise something that is less than desirable.
OK, I agree. But how do you determine that? For insance, you get traumatised dog off the street, it displays aggression towards other dogs. Do you just put it to sleep, or do you work with it and try to sove the issue (cause it is possible to solve it).AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR DOES NOT EQUAL AGGRESSION. A NORMAL DOG CAN DISPLAY AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR. AN AGGRESSIVE DOG IS UNABLE TO DISPLAY ANY OTHER BEHAVIOUR.