Every dog owner I've ever met has the best, most well behaved dog in the world. I remember climbing inside a cupboard with the boiler whilst the owner hid in the utility room as her dog went mental trying to bite her and me. Of course it had never happened before.
So on a sample of one, you condemn an entire species.
Then there's the ones that jump up at you and slaver all over, he's not being friendly you complete idiot.
Jumping up is a pain, and its demanding attention; however it is a friendly action, just because *you* don't find it friendly (which is completely fair enough) doesn't mean that that is isn't.
As for slobbering, I've never really though of it as a friendly or non friendly action; I am however fairly certain no one in the world has been prosecuted for their dog slobbering in an aggressive manner.
And then theres the dogs that one day snap and hurt someone, of course they've never done it before, that's not to say it wasn't going to happen.
So on that note, are you going to kill every animal that may snap and hurt someone, horses, cows, deers, foxes, badger, cats .... actually pretty much everything, including people.
It's not a human, even if it were, you couldn't predict it's moods.
We can't predict human moods, so are you now saying if you can't predict it we should put it down?
Your conclusion to the issue seems to be, we kill everything on the planet...... which seems a little harsh a sentence just because a single dog attacked a terrier.
Really, you have to be pretty arrogant to walk around with this best mutt in the world, which is capable of killing, but won't because you've trained it so fabulously.
If he takes precautions I don't see why its much more dangerous than people cycling through red lights
Try and break my neck if you like. It proves your just as unhinged as your dog!
This doesn't even merit a response; as after your deranged comments