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Mittwoch, Dezember 24, 2003
Usually it's not the dog's fault,
but the owners. Usually you have "normal", also mentally, dogs who don't do any harm if not provoked. In the hands of the wrong person, these dogs can grow to killer-machines.
Not just Pitbulls and Rottweilers, even this effig German Sheperd-dog or a Golden Retriever or even a poodle can become dangerous with the right training from a dangerous person without any scrupel.
Here we have some laws (what else, we're Germans!) how to handle such dogs. In extreme cases the dog can be killed by the vet to not have a danger for others. This will usually happen when a dog bites a child or so, without being provoked and in presence of the owner.
The dog of Princess Anne didn't have to fear anything when it did bite two children the last time. Princess Anne had to pay a fee (so the taxpayer paid it) and okay.
But now the Dog seems to have done something much worse than biting a child - it killed one of the Queens' beloved corgies.
I see dark clouds for Princess Anne's dog.