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St.Leonard wants a pitbull ban...

January 16th, 2005, 08:23 AM
St.Leonard a city in Montreal North, wants a pitbull ban like Ontario-even though there has NEVER been any reports of a pitbull attack in St.Leonard. (Gazette Jan 12th,"St.Leonard borough eyes pitbull ban")Pierre Barontti, the Director of The SPCA Montreal wrote a letter to the Editor of the Gazette on January 15th saying that other dogs could cause more damage to humans than a pitbull, if tranined to be aggressive or to attack American Bull dog, Neapolitan Mastiff, Akitas to name a few. Again, the problem is not the dog breed, but the way dog has been trained. If St.Leonarad were to pass a bylaw banning schools that train dogs to be aggressive, banning ownership of any dog to be aggressive, and banning car-lot owners from renting aggressive dogs, that would benfit thousands of kids bitten annually by dogs other than pitbulls.

January 16th, 2005, 10:24 AM
Our A.G will be happy to hear his lies and hate have spread so far, this is a proud day for the liberals I,m sure. The more people they scare, the more people they can control. I think training dogs to be agressive should be illegal, electronic servalince is very cheep now, there is no need for agressive guard dogs anymore. The two pit bulls that attacked the boy cutting the grass, were trained by there 18 year old owner, to attack. Did our A.G stand up and say he would crack down on people deliberatly training dog's to attack humans? Nope, He decided the best way handle it was to go after responsible dog owners instead. The police and military may nead agressive dog's, but there is no reason at all for a person to have attack dogs anyware in a subdivision or city.