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I have been asking myself the same
questions.I've been opposed to a ban because of my concerns for the slippery slope effect, and GSD's would be one of the next breeds to go, and also because I have my doubts about how effective bans doesn't seem to be working in England.
BUT, after several recent incidents here, I really feel something has to be done.I was there and saw the 8 year old with half his face torn off.I saw the photos and talked the people who were first on the when two pitbulls killed a seven year old.A few month ago, I had to shoot one to stop an attack by three pitbulls on another dog after me emptying a can of pepper spray in their faces and my partner tasing them had no other dog I have pepper-sprayed has stopped its ulls are far stronger, tougher, and more tenacious than other dogs, and a lot of the time, they are owned by people who should not have any dog, let alone a dog like that.
So maybe a ban is the way to go, I don't know.I don't trust them at all anymore, and it scares me that my daughter owns one around my little granddaughter.