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Question: Are breed based "dangerous dog laws" EVER a good idea?
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« on: March 28, 2012, 06:11:18 pm »

There are some breeds of dogs that are tamer than others, but as a general rule the various breeds of Canis familiaris are sufficiently similar that laws differentiating between them are generally more trouble than they are worth.  However, laws restricting ownership of wild canine species or hybrids between domesticated dogs and and coyotes, dingos, jackals, and/or wolves definitely are a good idea.

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