Saturday Survey: “Dangerous” Breeds

I posted earlier in the week that Denver had voted out its 30-year old Pit Bull ban. I’m wondering how many jurisdictions still have bans on so-called “dangerous” breeds. Until next time, Good day, and good dog! Doggies.com Dog Blog

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Are Grackles Dangerous to Your Dog?

Today we have a guest post from the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences about a topic that’s familiar to just about everyone who’s ever parked in a… [[ This is a summary only. Click the title … Continue reading

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Newport, Oregon Police trap armed and dangerous suspect

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Puddle drinking can be dangerous for dogs

Dogs don’t mind where they grab a drink—muddy streets and sidewalks, stagnant ponds, or toilet bowls—but drinking from puddles can pose some serious health problems. This can be a problem on city streets, rural locations or even in the wilderness. … Continue reading

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Orange County Looks at Putting “Dangerous” Dogs on the Map

A couple of days ago, we wrote about a plan under consideration to start keeping track of dangerous dog owners, just like some states do with sex offenders. In Orange County, California, supervisors are looking at the possibility of doing … Continue reading

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Holidays can be Dangerous for Dogs and Cats

You all know that dogs and cats can get into trouble on the Holidays, and some may need a trip to the animal ER. Animal emergency clinics are fully staffed and ready to handle all types of sickness and trauma. … Continue reading

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