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Britain’s K9 Magazine Establishes “Stop Dog Attacks” Site

Tail wags and big barks to the great folks at the UK's K9 Magazine! Editor Ryan O'Meara is working his way around the country talking...

Joy  |  Jan 12th 2007


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Tail wags and big barks to the great folks at the UK’s K9 Magazine! Editor Ryan O’Meara is working his way around the country talking about the over-the-top reaction to the recent dog attack on a young girl.

The recent attack on a young girl by her drug-dealing uncle’s Pit Bull is tragic. No doubt about it. But the blame rests clearly on the uncle’s shoulders. If he had run someone else over with a car, would these legislators and authorities be calling for the destruction of all cars? No! Why? Because they are looking for easy fixes. Telling everyone to turn over their cars for amnesty (read that destruction) would be too hard. But telling a relatively few people to allow their faithful friends to be murdered is MUCH easier! Talk about cowards!

To assist in the fight, the brave folks at K9 have set up the Stop Dog Attacks site to give people more information on this topic. If you are watching this poor chain of events in the UK, don’t miss this site!

Here is a blurb from the site about its mission:

About Stop Dog Attacks

Stop Dog Attacks is a resource published online in association with K9 Magazine designed to educate and advise on how to prevent dogs from attacking people.

The site contains details of dog attacks in the news and articles and opinions on dog attacks plus tips on how many of these tragic incidents could have been avoided.