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What does BSL stand for?

The shepherd is from origin bred to defend the herd, his people and his property. So it is likely to be their more agressive to strangers, attackers, in common not a person/dog which belongs his pack.
Agression is usually not without a reason and if the boss says it is ok, the dog will relax..and that part is upbringing.

Does this makes any sense to you? I´m getting tired, so to make a proper english sentence is more difficult now. :? :roll: :oops:
 

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Kristen Cabe said:
What does BSL stand for?
Breed Specific Legislation, or, in other words, banning the ownership of certain breeds of dogs within certain city or county limits. Basically, the government dictating what breed(s) of dog(s) we can and cannot own if we choose to live in certain areas. Right now the most common breeds that are banned are pit bulls, rottweilers, and similar type dogs, but chows, akitas, and german shepherds are also on the list in some places.
thanks Kristen en Connie, we´ve something similar.

The non fci registred am.staff/pittbull and those who can meet the standard with these dogs. They´ve talked about rotties, dogo, mastino etc. but it did became a law. Individual dogs, with an agressive, regristred background, can be told to ware a muzzle always outside and always on the leash. If such regulation is done for a particular dog and dog/owner is mistaking again, a dog maybe have his final shot. But it doesn´t happen often (thnk god!)
 

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Stacia Porter said:
Kristen Cabe said:
Stacia, aren't you glad you didn't have Achilles with you at the vet's when that guy spouted off about shepherds being aggressive? :lol:
HEY! Achilles is getting better. Not 100% cured, but BETTER :lol:

For instance: the neighbor's dog was in our yard earlier this morning and he only barked his ass off for five minutes instead of 30! That's progress!!!!!!!
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maturing and practise does a lot :wink:
 

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I think you have chosen a right path for you 2, you probably both feel better this way.
 
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