Dogs to wear bandanas to distinguish them from coyotes
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#1 Jun 1, 2007
Let us hope that some good comes out of all this. If the sheriff's office finds itself too stretched to keep dangerous animals off the streets, perhaps residents will demand that their right to bear arms be respected. Then they will discover that what works against four-legged predators also works against the two-legged kind.
#2 Oct 3, 2007
dont keep animals off streets how about people and drug dealers and drug userswe need to protect wild life
#3 Mar 24, 2013
But the statistics show it DOES NOT WORK AGAINST THE 2 LEGGED KIND. Your slippery slope logic and piss poor analogies will not make it so.
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