Have you all heard about the Dangerous Dog Ordinance that the Common Council is voting on sometime early this year? It started out specifically talking about Pit Bulls but has now been revamped to be any dog deemed dangerous by a humane or law enforcement official. The criteria includes things like, "an apparent attitude of attack" or a history of inflicting harm.
While I empathize with Sedlar about seeing her child attacked, I'm more inclined to agree with Semandel from Spirit of 76th Veterinary Clinic that it's more about the owner than the specific dog. If the owner is neglecting or otherwise abusing the dog or training them to be aggressive, the dog is going to be more likely to reach out to others inappropriately because it's what the dog knows.
My husband and I are planning to see the Titanic exhibit on Monday and I was hoping some of you already had.
Is it good? Not so good? Worth the price of admission?
I know, I know...I've been AWOL again for a few weeks. I never intend to have these lapses in posts, but I keep adding new activities. My latest distraction is Facebook. I assume most of you are familar with the networking site. My husband's friend and his wife were talking about it while we waited for the comedy show to begin at Giggles.
(Which, by the way, was an awesome show. My only complaints would be not enough parking and the entry area to the club is quite narrow (stuffed into a strip mall), so it was tough moving around.)