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A four-year-old girl has died and her two cousins have been injured in a pitbull terrier attack in Melbourne's northwest.
What a tragic thing to happen. My thoughts are with the family of the little girl. Why are these dogs allowed to breed when they are so dangerous.
Gazza,Gazza,Gazza, now come on don't be ridiculous ALL DOGS, that's a bit silly isn't although I do know where you are coming from some dogs may need to be I understand that but NOT ALL DOGS, HANG ON YOU MEAN THE ONES THAT WILL LICK YOU TO DEATH AS WELL??
I am sorry but if you think all dogs need to be muzzled you don't like them that's obvious.
I can honestly say I thinks there are more causes to muzzle some humans than dogs!!
Why Oh Why do not the authorities impose a full time requirement for all owners of dogs to keep them muzzled...If you don't like it, then dont have a dog.A muzzled dog can at best scratch you...and it will put a full stop to these terrible incidents of children being mauled and killed.
Well this is tragic very,very sad a little girl has lost her life because prehaps of the stupidity of the owner the dog should be put down and maybe depending on what the owner is like maybe they should be too!!
I love dogs but can't see the reasoning for these breeds that keep attacking and if they are removed it will still go on underground no doubt.
FOR GOD'S SAKE what else needs to happen I ask you ??
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