If certain breeds of dogs pose a serious and significantly consistent threat to community safety through attacks, then a city should adopt laws that prohibit ownership of certain breeds. To start with, no animal should be allowed in a society that poses a threat to innocent bystanders, whether that animal is a tiger or a dog. Secondly, given that communities commonly adopt laws that prohibit behaviors or substances that pose harmful prospects to citizens, I see no difference when it comes to the possession of dangerous animals. Thus, I would encourage cities to adopt laws that prohibit breeds of dogs that have shown a statistical record of exhibiting violent behavior.
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