Minnesota, New Law

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Re: Minnesota, New Law

Post by Songdog » Wed Mar 12, 2008 1:23 pm

I don't know, I have mixed feelings. I am against the banning of specific breeds of dogs, but not entirely against the need of a license to obtain them. I do not like it, nor do I dislike it.

It's sad but, a lot of people who get these large dogs:
A. Do not know how to handle them
B. Can not give them proper attention
C. Get them for the purpose of training them to attack(which should NEVER be done by an amateur)
D. Are not prepared to give them correct training

I have mixed feelings on the issue...

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Re: Minnesota, New Law

Post by Zea » Thu Mar 13, 2008 9:03 am

In the UK bull terriers and pitt bulls are banned, and some people still manage to get them. A few treat and raise the dogs properly, but you have no idea how many dog fights there are; on the web, in the streets, in houses of the people living nextdoor...

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Re: Minnesota, New Law

Post by Chenneoue » Thu Mar 13, 2008 9:21 am

Sadly, Pitts and terriers are not the only victims of dog fighting. So, are they going to ban the animals that are use to pit bulls now too? In many places the equipment is banned/illegal for dog fighting.

I have a problem with bans... it just taking too many right away. And it still doesn't control every last thing, you can't no matter what you do!

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Re: Minnesota, New Law

Post by Rinith » Mon Mar 17, 2008 1:36 pm

Ack... there really pushing on making this law as strict as posable... They are using every excuse they can get there hands on.... it was on the news again :?
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Re: Minnesota, New Law

Post by Blindseer » Mon Mar 17, 2008 2:57 pm

its only the smae stuff thats over here. its really not that bad when its actually in place.

except it still didnt stop me from getting attacked...
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Re: Minnesota, New Law

Post by Rinith » Tue Mar 18, 2008 6:58 pm

Thats the thing, it only cuts it by a third, not worth the trouble and grief it can cause, at least not the way most states try to do it
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