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Post by Mistys Mum on Mon Jul 25 2016, 10:42



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Re: Battersea statement on Dangerous Dogs Act

Post by gillybrent on Mon Jul 25 2016, 11:34

at last! an informed, well-put argument!

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Re: Battersea statement on Dangerous Dogs Act

Post by Sealpig on Mon Jul 25 2016, 12:41

I really hope they haves some power to over turn this!
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Re: Battersea statement on Dangerous Dogs Act

Post by -Ian- on Mon Jul 25 2016, 20:10

I'll have a good read of this later


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Re: Battersea statement on Dangerous Dogs Act

Post by Jenc on Mon Jul 25 2016, 20:46

About time someone had some sense!!


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Re: Battersea statement on Dangerous Dogs Act

Post by LizP on Tue Jul 26 2016, 07:51

Great statement, idiot response by the minister.

Could someone explain this bit thoug: 'A total of 86% said the way a dog is brought up by its owner is an important attack factor - with the socialisation of man's best friend playing a critical role.' Does that mean 14% of professionals didn't think that upbringing played an important factor? Eh???




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Re: Battersea statement on Dangerous Dogs Act

Post by gillybrent on Tue Jul 26 2016, 09:18

LizP wrote:Great statement, idiot response by the minister.

Could someone explain this bit thoug: 'A total of 86% said the way a dog is brought up by its owner is an important attack factor - with the socialisation of man's best friend playing a critical role.' Does that mean 14% of professionals didn't think that upbringing played an important factor? Eh???cut



I don't think it means that. It depends on what questions were asked in order to get thise percentages. It might just mean that 14% don't think that upbringing ALONE plays an important part.

No matter how much people deny it, SOME aggression, (albeit a very small percentage) is genetic. If a dog is inherently nervous or aggressive it shouldn't be bred from, no matter how structurally perfect it may be. But we all know that there are unscrupulous breeders out there who couldn't give a damn.

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