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It's a Dog's Life
Stephanie "Foster Mom" O'Brien

Why Do Dogs Bite?

Posted Tuesday, November 6, 2012, at 1:39 PM
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  • I appreciate this information. What we need if a department simular to Dmv. The lawyers r brainwashing us so we dont come up with a preventive solution as it may put them out of a job. They fill dog bite web site w advertisments the after the attack hire a lawyer solution. Attack the attacking dogs owners. Lets not give our money to them. Most dog owners love animals they have compassion hopfully for humans as 9well. I

    believe most dog attacks are by ac

    cident of a dog getting loose.

    Lets educate dog owners require they be

    lic to have a dog . Pass a test like dmv. The jobs and money generated would help the majority of people not just a a

    dozen dog bite lawyers . Dont ruin famliies on both sides of an attack. Let think about a way to prevent attacks.

    Please comment and share ideas so we can make this happen . We need to develop a dept Campare it to driving before the dmv.

    -- Posted by Chowsy on Sun, Dec 9, 2012, at 7:27 AM
  • Chowsy, I'm a firm believer that education is a powerful tool in combatting many of societies problems.

    There are numerous things happening in the animal world that are helping. Rescues and shelters are making sure animals are spayed and neutered before they are adopted, they are screening potential adopters as well as providing them loads of information on how to be a responsible pet owner. The internet and Facebook are providing us with excellent ways to network so much information. But, as they say, you can lead a horse to water, but you can't make him drink.

    Making people aware and holding them accountable for their actions is definately something that we all need to work on. Yes, if as much money was spent on educating people as there is on lawyers to try and get out of something the world would be a better place. Do your part, lead by example, and offer advice wherever you can.

    -- Posted by Foster Mom on Mon, Dec 10, 2012, at 6:45 PM
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