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Any dog has the potential to bite or attack. Every dog owner must be aware of that but responsible pet ownership should be implemented more instead of singling out a certain breed. I do not own a pit bull but a small dog but I still think singling out a certain breed is the wrong way to go about it.
I have to agree with you, eulafrey. You are dead on.
Yes, me too! I would love to know as well.
Wait... didn't they send the cat issue to the Citizen's Advisory Board to review too and still nothing was done after their recommendation?
I would much rather see a panhandling ordinance in place instead of this ordinance. The panhandlers are much more of a nuisance in my opinion.
A lot of dogs bite kids because the kids torment them and when a pit is chained in the heat and has little kids picking on it what the heck else do you think that pit is going to do? Roger, go get a clue and how about talking to dog owners instead of people scared of their own shadow.
I am sorry, but I have many friends with pit bulls who are responsible owners and their dogs don't go and attack anyone. It is how they are raised, whether they are inbreed or not, and plus the conditions the dog live in.
I have been bit by a cocker spaniel but I still love the breed. Those dogs are known to bite too. This story is bulls@%%%#!!
I went to the State Theater this past weekend and it has been renovated to a very nice venue to hold concerts. I enjoyed my time there. I am glad some in the community saw it as a jewel because it really is.
I have to agree with you, BettyBowTie
I saw nothing offensive other than others on here getting offensive with Erudite. Is it because he/she doesn't believe in God? If that is the case, neither do I so ban me too. lmao Some people need to get a clue that not everyone is alike and that the Atheist people are here to stay.
Quit screaming!!! You do know all caps in bold is screaming, right?
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