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Old 01-08-2015, 06:26 PM
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Right, so what's wrong with screening and licensing owners?

I'm not as concerned as a poodle biting me as a Rottweiler.
I don't care if a poodle scores lower on a temperament scale, because it's not capable of killing me.
I agree that there should be some sort of screening process to help weed out at least SOME of the dickwads.

Any dog over 20lbs should have to be screened for, which would work for registered purebreds - but then how could you keep track of all the mixes that happen in people's homes?

Unless it was possible to prevent ALL unauthorized breeding(its not) - screening is not really something that can be done. There's no way for the law to know when your dog is going into heat, being bred, having puppies, how many there are in a litter, or even where they end up.

Standard poodles are the original poodle. 45-65lbs, and large enough to be fully capable of tearing your throat out. They are hunting dogs/retrievers/gun dogs/bird dogs.

Are you talking about miniature and toy poodles?

Then again, you may be safe around a small dog, but your child is small enough to be killed. Temperament is very important, no matter the size of the dog.

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I agree that there should be some sort of screening process to help weed out at least SOME of the dickwads.

Any dog over 20lbs should have to be screened for, which would work for registered purebreds - but then how could you keep track of all the mixes that happen in people's homes?

Unless it was possible to prevent ALL unauthorized breeding(its not) - screening is not really something that can be done. There's no way for the law to know when your dog is going into heat, being bred, having puppies, how many there are in a litter, or even where they end up.

Standard poodles are the original poodle. 45-65lbs, and large enough to be fully capable of tearing your throat out. They are hunting dogs/retrievers/gun dogs/bird dogs.

Are you talking about miniature and toy poodles?

Then again, you may be safe around a small dog, but your child is small enough to be killed. Temperament is very important, no matter the size of the dog.
A few few breeds kill the vast majority of people.
I'm not aware of a poodle killing anyone in canada during my lifetime.
How many dogs less than 40 pounds killed someone last year?
2 breeds of dog account for 70% of fatal attacks, it is what it is.

An dog with a high prey drive or aggressive nature should mean mandatory licensing and screening.

It's really not that difficult.

If you don't want to do that, pick another breed of dog to own

If a person has a history of violence or drug dealing, that's the kind if person that would use a dog for the wrong reasons...... You screen out that lot and I'd bet that the stats for those dogs would improve vastly.

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I have a Quackenbush pellet rifle that will bring down a buffalo.
Yeah, then it falls under the firearms act and by law you need a PAL license to own, borrow, buy or sell one.

I believe the number is around 900 feet per second, any more than that and it's the same as a firearm.

Go look on cabelas website, you'll see you can't just buy one without being licensed.

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Deaths by sled dogs far exceed pit bulls in Canada.....There hasn't been a death by a pit bull in Canada in 20 years.
Pit bulls attacks dwarf that of any other breed.

In Vancouver they make up 2% of the dog population, but are responsible for 25% of dog attacks.

Similar in Toronto, where the ban has led to a dramatic drop in attacks.

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If a person has a history of violence or drug dealing, that's the kind if person that would use a dog for the wrong reasons...... You screen out that lot and I'd bet that the stats for those dogs would improve vastly.
100% agreed

I also think that people who have been cited for loose dogs on multiple occasions should be banned. People who cannot properly contain their dogs may not be violent, but they are dangerous by default. They may love Mr. Waffles, but Mr. Waffles might attack someone while running loose - weather it's from fear or otherwise.

Michael Vick wasn't even banned from ever having a dog again. I'm not going to hold my breath for other dog responsibility legislation.

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How many children will have to be maimed before the rest of the U.S. bans pit bulls?
Unintelligent statement my friend

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Yeah, then it falls under the firearms act and by law you need a PAL license to own, borrow, buy or sell one.

I believe the number is around 900 feet per second, any more than that and it's the same as a firearm.

Go look on cabelas website, you'll see you can't just buy one without being licensed.
Try this for accurate information...http://www.pyramydair.com/air-guns. Come back when you've learned a thing or two.

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Try this for accurate information...http://www.pyramydair.com/air-guns. Come back when you've learned a thing or two.
Good thing that you're changing the image of the average pit bull owner as something other than an ignorant idiot.

Anything with a muzzle velocity greater than 500 fps and/or a muzzle energy of 4.2 pounds falls under federal licensing just like any other firearm.

I'll out the link to the RCMP website up when I get a chance.

Edit- thought you were in Canada.
These are Canadian laws.

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Try this for accurate information...http://www.pyramydair.com/air-guns. Come back when you've learned a thing or two.
In 2 seconds of reading your profile I learned that YOU are the kind of person other pitbull owners should be worried about, because it's aggressive fuck ups like you that own aggressive dogs that hurt people.

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