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Why it’s not ‘alright’ if your dog is friendly

By Paul O'Hare, Lecturer in Human Geography and Urban Development, Manchester Metropolitan University
A series of recent attacks by XL bully type dogs in the UK, and government attempts to both define and control the breed, has refocused attention on how society manages “dangerous dogs”.

Much media coverage focuses on the trauma that pets or humans endure after they’ve been attacked by an XL bully, or protests…The Conversation

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