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Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/29/2009 3:51 AM  |  Flag  
There are also two Bills currently going through the Florida Legislature:

One to allow local govt's to enact BSL and one for Mandatory Spay Neuter.

Obviously both have the dog lobby in an uproar!

Anonymous Don B  |  1/29/2009 9:25 AM  |  Flag  
Florida has a huge and I mean HUGE problem with pit bulls. During my recent conversations with Governor's Office, an official termed the problem, "out of control", referring to unprovoked, sustained, severe infliction of injury to men, women and children.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/29/2009 11:27 AM  |  Flag  
Hardly surprising. Florida attacks are constantly in the news.

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/29/2009 1:15 PM  |  Flag  
Here is a great piece on madatory s/n of pit bulls....

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/29/2009 2:59 PM  |  Flag  
Logan IA passes first reading of pit bull ban:

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/29/2009 3:40 PM  |  Flag  
I read somewhere that Hawaii is trying to get help to ship homeless people back to the mainland US

So they will ban homeless people, but maybe get pushed not to ban pit bulls?

Homeless people, bad.

Pit bull, good.

I sure hope not.

You just know that some legislators will be spouting the pit bull breeder propaganda however about oppression.

Anonymous annod  |  1/29/2009 7:01 PM  |  Flag  
The number one city where Americans would like to live...DENVER!!!

I guess all of those pit nutter threats about taking their business/vacation dollars elsewhere, had NO effect. Or, maybe it DID!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/29/2009 7:33 PM  |  Flag  
That's a crack up! The Roverlution threats may have sent more people to Denver!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/01/2009 12:24 PM  |  Flag  
In 2008, 21 of 22 dogs shot by Wichita police were pit bulls. What part of this does City Council member Paul Gray not understand?

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/01/2009 12:35 PM  |  Flag  

A pit bull has been euthanized after the dog bit a child last night on Hualani Street in Kailua, police said.

The attack came three days after pit bulls attacked two women in separate incidents in Kapolei and Kalihi.

A police spokesman said the Kailua attack occurred as a woman was walking on Hualani with her small child, who was in a stroller. The dog, which was tied in its owner's yard, broke its restraint and bit the child. Police said the child was bitten on the face but the injury was minor and did not require stitches.



Charlotte Blevins and Amaya Hess all over again!


Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/02/2009 5:46 AM  |  Flag  
Note that the reporter idetified the dog in the recent fatal attack attempted cover up as a:


I think that makes 55 fatalities since Jan 1, 2006....

Anonymous Anonymous  |  2/02/2009 12:51 PM  |  Flag  
Our beautiful islands have an ugly side...

Hawaii ranks among worst in nation for animal fighting laws

"Cockfighting is a cultural past time that, for years, has taken a controversial foothold in Hawaii."

Anonymous Trigger  |  2/02/2009 1:12 PM  |  Flag  
"A national report shows the Aloha State has some of the weakest animal fighting laws in the nation. According to The Humane Society of the United States, Hawaii ranks number 46 for cockfighting laws, and dead last for dogfighting laws."

What about hog hunting? Hawaii is hog hunting paradise!

The breeding of pig hunting dogs (pit bulls and their mixes) produces a lot of aggressive dogs. Between the "dead last" dogfighting laws and dogs bred to attack and kill pigs, there must be a lot of excess pit bulls on the islands!

Check out Hawaii hog hunting!


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