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RE:Should dangerous dogs be banned in NZ?
Posted by Sue - 30/May/2007
I agree that the way a dog is raised/trained has a huge affect on its behaviour as well as some dogs being more aggressive because of genes. I think that owners who go for the more aggressive breeds are doing it for the wrong reasons, they encourage the dogs to be agressive, for fighting, proctection or status. i think this is more the problem, wrong people going for the wrong dogs. Owners like this tend to be more irresposable ie the recent attacks have occured when the dogs have been roaming freely on the street, this is illegal i think. If responsable dog owners want viscious breeds they should contain them and im sure proper breeders would. Unfortunately, overall i think it would be best to ban the very dangerous breeds of dogs. A bit unfair but it would remove the problem to a great degree.

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