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WI: Lawmaker wants to Make Crime of Felons Owning Vicious Dogs

Discussion in 'Dog Ordinances & Laws' started by Vicki, Apr 5, 2015.

  1. Vicki

    Vicki Administrator Staff Member

    Created: 04/03/2015 3:26 PM KSTP.com

    A Wisconsin lawmaker has introduced a bill that would ban felons from owning vicious dogs.

    Rep. Andre Jacque, a De Pere Republican, says Green Bay police are seeing an increase in dog fighting cases and dogs attacking officers.

    Jacque says the bill doesn't target a certain breed of dog but instead calls for police to weigh the dog's behavior and determine if it's vicious. The bill says a dog that causes physical harm or leads an officer to believe it poses a significant threat could be considered vicious.

    Felons found in possession of a vicious dog could face up to $10,000 in fines and six years in prison.

    Wisc. Lawmaker wants to Make Crime of Felons Owning Vicious Dogs | KSTP TV - Minneapolis and St. Paul
     
  2. david63

    david63 CH Dog

    The police have their own problems shooting unarmed people much less trying to see if a dog is vicious or not
     
  3. CajunBoulette

    CajunBoulette CH Dog

    Dam right David.... The list for 2014 is longer than both my arms!


    March isn't the only month for Madness!!
     
  4. CajunBoulette

    CajunBoulette CH Dog

    Hell I know of a convicted felon that is a serving sheriff in alabama.


    March isn't the only month for Madness!!
     
  5. bluedoglover

    bluedoglover Top Dog

    i sure hope the law would include those ankle biters!
     
  6. Saiyagin

    Saiyagin Chihuahua Premium Member

    That is the STUPIDEST and DUMBEST idea ever. My question is how many felons own vicious dogs and how many of them actually fight them?????? So because Felons cant own firearms the next best weapon for a felon is too get a vicious dog? LMAOROTF.....a felon be like I might not be able to own any firearms but I have this 80lbs German Shepard that is a deadly weapon, now what fool , dont make me sick this vicious dog on you LMAOROTF.

    Plus the reason for this new law could be because of there hidden agenda. What hidden agenda you say? The one where any officer can be judge, jury and excutioner and KILL your INNOCENT dog with or without any cause and with no repercussions or penalties towards there actions. If cops can kill HUMANS and get away with it what do you think they can get away with when killing an animal?

    P.S. a cop will shoot your 10lbs chihuahua ankle biter and say that he felt his life was in danger as to the reason why he shot your dog LMAO. seriously though this is a true story.
     
  7. bgblok68

    bgblok68 CH Dog

    Another BS law. That doesnt stand for Breed Specific either. Just another way of them trying to own and control sheeple.
     
  8. treezpitz

    treezpitz CH Dog Staff Member

    This is just crazy here, no way should this pass. Good points, Saiy.
     
  9. david63

    david63 CH Dog

    treezpitz I agree with you I hope it don't pass either and people need to stop being sheeple and start standing up for their self
     
  10. david63

    david63 CH Dog

    cajun when I was a motorcycle mechanic for the city of Augusta GA we had a police officer that was working full time for the police department wanted for murder up in New York.
     
  11. postmandan

    postmandan Big Dog

    what happened to I served my time-- paid the penalty for my actions= and because of what happened in say 1982 I will have to pay for them all my life ? I know several felons that have never been in trouble again in many years' they have their right back as they should=== dan
     
  12. BigTazz26

    BigTazz26 Big Dog

    You are totally right about this. However at the same time our beloved breed has a bad enough reputation without having some multiple felony retaining idiots with their hands on' em. Never said I haven't made mistakes in the past, but if your known for being a clown and constantly getting in trouble, probably not the best move to place one of these animals in their hands.
     
  13. BigTazz26

    BigTazz26 Big Dog

    Because then they F-up and it gives all of us that own this particular breed a bad name automatically. Weather "we" have felony charges or not. Just being honest.
     
  14. CajunBoulette

    CajunBoulette CH Dog

    Most of the felons I know aren't "clowns". Most of the "clowns" with multiple felonies will never have an interest in owning a dog because they spend most of their time in and out of jail/prison.


    March isn't the only month for Madness!!
     
  15. olddog

    olddog Big Dog

    I would like to pass a bill making it a felony for lawmakers to pass stupid azzed laws --- but then we'd have to build more jails !!!

    Olddog
     
  16. BigTazz26

    BigTazz26 Big Dog

    Bravo Olddog! Well said.
     

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