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3 thoughts on “Moses Lake Set to Regulate Pit Bulls and Better Track All Dogs

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  1. “where the dog was obtained”

    This is something every community needs to know, and if we do this we can see how many of these dogs are coming from the dog fighters, or irresponsible “rescues” that are intenionally handing out aggressive dogs

    They share some of the responsibility!

    Of course, a big reason why these pit bull breeders are always going on about “deed not the breed” is they they want to claim it is the BUYER’S fault, never theirs, which is ridiculous

    These dogs should be getting microchipped by the breeders and the rescues

    But that’s why the breeders fight like pit bulls against required microchipping (puppy mills too)

    They don’t want these defective dogs traced back to them!

  2. This was the town where one of the Pit Mob’s dog entered a neighbor’s house and attacked a dog..after the nutter attended a city council meeting posing to be a responsible owner!

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