The Importance Of Aggressive Dog Stereotypes

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Stereotypical aggressive dog breeds should not be treated any different than other dogs. These idiosyncrasy stereotypes for these ‘aggressive’ dogs are ignoble. There are test now that can tell how aggressive a dog is, causing theses mendacious stereotypes to be eschewed. Aggression has nothing to do with a breed of dog, and people can twist things to make a dog look aggressive. Onus of safety for a community is priority; aggressive dogs are imminent on community safety and need to be punished for it. The Bible calls people to love the earth and take care of God’s creation. All dogs can be dangerous and there are steps that people can take to keep their family safe. Aggression is caused by things out of the dogs control, and there are much worse things in the world. Aggressive Dog Breeds “Nationwide, the No. 1 reason why dog owners take their pet to a veterinary behaviorist is to manage aggressive behavior” (Dog, 2009). Many people think that there are dog breeds that are very aggressive. When these hackneyed violent dogs can be very sweet. Any dog can be aggressive and can become aggressive; but, that is no reason to kick them out. Stereotypical aggressive dog breeds should not be treated any different for other dogs, because any dog can be aggressive. Historical/Background Information on Aggressive Dog Breeds People have stereotypes for dog’s idiosyncrasy, and most of them are wrong. Pit bulls are seen as a dog fighter and uncontrollable; and German shepherds look

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