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Lately there have been several reports of people and animals being attacked by vicious dogs. The resolution to the problem vary depending on who you talk to. What are your suggestions?
Did those dogs have an owner or they were just street dogs? Either way the matter requires different approaches. We have the solutions right in front of us, sterilization for the street dogs and bite protections masks for the dogs that have an owner. Other people may just use dog tags for dogs as a warning but that won't be enough.
Vicious dogs are really alarming. Recently, I heard about the controversial dog that named Trouble. Leona Helmsley's Maltese Terrier Trouble has perished. The late property mogul's canine was twelve -years-old. The pampered pet inherited $2 million when Leona Helmsley passed away in 2007. The proof is here: Leona Helmsley’s millionaire pooch Trouble dies, newstype.com
See my response to the story http://www.thelancasternews.com/content/dangerous-dog-laws-designed-prot....
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