RPBrown wrote:"The dogs owners wont be charged because the dog was leashed and legally on the beach".
EL29jm wrote:Everyone is looking at this wrong. Takes Mark's point of view. It is not the dog but the number of teeth the dog had at one time that caused such damage. An average adult dog has between 30 to 42 teeth depending on the breed. You need to limit the number of teeth the dog can have in its mouth. The Pit Bull mix does not need 42 teeth. You need to restrict the dog to a maximum of 10 teeth. Don't blame the breed or the dogs intentions, blame the teeth. Think of the seals
gringo pistolero wrote:RPBrown wrote:"The dogs owners wont be charged because the dog was leashed and legally on the beach".
Laws are for the little people, not b-list celebrity BABY sea lion KILLERS!
RPBrown wrote:Okay, I have to stand up for the dog here. Not this dog, but the Pit Bull breed. This report, nor any other that I have read says it was a Pit Bull. They all have said a bull dog mix. This is why Pit Bulls get a bad rap. There was a report here a few months ago about 3 Pit Bulls attacking a person. They had pictures and there was a Doberman, and 2 what looked to be doberman/shepard mixed.
We have always prided ourselves in getting the facts before we post, lets continue that.
Yes I have a Pit Bull
apostate wrote:The dog just went off? Next thing you know they'll say they were cleaning it.
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