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Do you feel Buck & Bill's lives should be saved?

A judge has upheld a ruling to euthanize the dogs named Buck and Bill, who are responsible for attacking a Manatee County boy on his bicycle in December of 2012. Supporters say the dogs should be returned to their owner.

Total Votes: 752

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3 comments:

  • calico11 posted at 7:48 pm on Sat, Mar 29, 2014.

    calico11 Posts: 1

    Hope this reflects how people in this county vote in future elections..

     
  • Chefwhitedog posted at 8:16 pm on Thu, Mar 27, 2014.

    Chefwhitedog Posts: 1

    First of all I love animals. This owner needs to get insurance to get the dogs back To cover any future events and now it is to late .

     
  • KIM posted at 5:28 pm on Thu, Mar 27, 2014.

    KIM Posts: 1

    This is crazy we let Casey Anthony run free but we are going to kill 2 dogs over a first offence and they do not even know which one did it.

     

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Should you be allowed to own exotic, potentially dangerous animals?

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) removed seven reptiles from an unlicensed man last week. FWC investigators charged Nick Mitchell with unlawful possession of seven venomous reptiles and several other violations related to the care, keeping and labeling of his animals. The animals, including a gila monster, black monocled cobra, rhino viper, dusky pygmy rattlesnake, black neck spitting cobra and two banded cobras, were seized and placed at a local licensed facility.

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