The logic behind banning the breading is sound. Breading a dog to have qualities that make it more capable of being aggressive and violent in general is a bad idea. While I appreciate that a dog's aggressive behaviour has more to do with the owner's treatment of the dog than it's breading, my issue is that you shouldn't be breeding dogs for aggressive abilities in this day and age. Aggressive tendencies may be something the owners bring own, but aggressive abilities should not be something the state should permit.
Breading a dog to have qualities that make it more capable of being aggressive and violent in general is a bad idea.
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I'm not a dog owner, though I once owned a cowardly guinea pig, but human responsibility is often to blame and it's really easy to see why.
People tend to treat dogs like people and believe they understand things that they do not. It's frustrating to see people who take aggressive dogs to the park and let them off their leash. Sure the dog will raise hell and bark at strangers and get right up in their face, but "Don't worry, she won't bite." If you ever have to say that in public because your dog is off a leash, put it back on its leash and stop being stupid. In the very best case scenario, the dog is learning that it can do that without any type of punishment.
If the dog is aggressive in your home when strangers visit, then you're going to have to take precautions about that. Antisocial dogs deserve to be separated from social events for the sake of guests. That's just manners.
And if a dog is aggressive in your home against you, or children then it is likely best for that dog to be put down.
The breed itself isn't bad, but people need to remember that dogs are not people, they are not babies and they do not comprehend English.