A England And this Wales Starting this Thursday, the 1st, the ban on unregistered dogs of the breed will begin American Bully XL As part of government efforts to reduce the number of violent attacks. The ban had already been announced by the Prime Minister UK, Rishi SunakIn September this year, days after a man was killed by the breed's dog.
“Clearly this is not a few poorly trained dogs, this is a pattern of behavior and cannot continue,” Prime Minister X wrote earlier on Twitter.
To date, around 30,000 bullies have been registered so that their owners receive an exemption certificate to house the animals. However, the document requires pets to be muzzled in public and neutered to prevent breeding. In the long term, the government's plan envisages the race disappearing from the English and Welsh borders.
+ The United Kingdom will ban American Bully dogs by the end of the year
Increase in attacks
In an interview with Reuters news agency, the writer Sonia Falero, 46, recalls a traumatic episode. Three 'XL bullies' killed her Jack Russell dog Joey and injured her husband as he tried to separate the animals. In desperation, the daughter, whose name and age are unknown, saw her pet dead and biting against her father.
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