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3 thoughts on “Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Bans Dangerous Dog Breeds

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  1. Kudos to Col. Richard Flatau. Pit bulls are a pointless risk and history has proven this over and over again.

  2. It’s a pity the US government can see that this is a problem on military bases but takes a hands off approach in other communities. I personally think there should be a federal ban on fighting dogs and dangerous dog breeds. Let people keep the pets they have now with insurance, special containment, mandatory spay/neuter, licensing, and microchipping, but prohibit further breeding of these breeds and euthanize new ones on sight.

  3. The Federal Government is the landlord in base housing and pays for the medical treatment of dependents through TRICARE health insurance.

    While the Nutters claim the Vick dogs as a great victory, they were only released to rescues who had at least $1 Million in liability insurance coverage AND guaranteed to cover the dogs for their entire lives.

    The nine surviving baiting Beagles were under no such stipulations and were immediately adopted!

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