"If there are no dogs in heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went"~Will Rogers

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Saturday, March 31, 2012

One more time

You are responsible for your dog! Your neighbors and their pets are entitled to feel safe in their community. If you own a breed capable of inflicting serious injury/death to a person or pet, the life of your dog is not going to be taken into consideration if your dog is attacking a person/pet. Some breeds are impervious to efforts to use non lethal measures to stop an attack. Also the attack may be at the point where killing your dog is the only way to stop the attack. DO NOT complain that non lethal force should have been used. It should never have gotten to that point. Your dog should not have been loose. DO NOT use the "it was an accident he/she got loose" In 25 years of owning large and Giant breeds I have never had a dog get loose. We have 6 ft high chain link fencing, locks on the gates and a gate to prevent the dogs from getting near the front door. You are responsible to ensure similar measures are in place.