Editor Annapolis Patch Staff firstname.lastname@example.org
9:44 am on Thursday, August 23, 2012
Excellent editorial. Thank you for writing it!
8:40 am on Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Leaving a comment to back Lynn up - I am also an educated, professional Caucasian female that has chosen to own a 4 year old pitbull mix and she is the light of my life. We regularly visit my grandmother in an assisted living home where she goes from room to room entertaining the residents and often times while out walking, we have a line of children who line up to hug her. She was a rescue herself and we have also taken training (mainly to combat a barking problem). I agree that any dog can be dangerous and also small dogs in particular. A small white, I think Maltese, lives in my neighborhood and often times just goes nuts barking and snapping at my dog, who looks at me in confusion and doesn't react.
The bottom line is that if there is an issue with a dog, this ruling should pertain to all breeds, not pit bull specific.
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