Euthanizing Specific Breeds - A Must-Read By Tatiana's Tails

I love the Tatiana’s Tails blog, and hope that some day I can write so clearly on so many different animal-related topics. Tatiana’s latest post – John Bernthal Wants You To Take Action Against Breed Discrimination – answers so many of the same comments I received when I questioned what really happened just before another small child was mauled to death by a pit bull-type dog in Chicago.  No matter which side you’re on in this debate, Tatiana’s post makes some important points about how the statistics are generated and what conclusions are drawn about these kinds of dog attacks. Read her post before you decide that dogs of a particular breed all deserve to die.  Like all generalizations, this belief is flawed, and dogs, like humans, are individuals who are not prisoners of their genetic design, but sentient beings whose behaviors can change when they are raised with love.

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    Denise Norberg-Johnson is an Animal Communicator and Reiki Master, who also works with animals and their people as a Certified LifeLine Practitioner. As a former biology teacher, construction contractor, business trainer and financial writer, she has spent her life engaged in a continuous learning process. An award-winning speaker and author, she has been interviewed on television, radio, and in print, and anticipates the publication of her book, "Animals Know! - What Animals Teach Us" in early 2013. Denise's formal education includes an M.B.A., a Masters degree in Teaching, a B.A. in Biological Science, and an A.A. in Architectural Interior Design. When she is not reading voraciously, dancing as if no one is watching, or attempting to play her junior high school violin recital pieces, she amuses herself by annoying her husband Dave and their six rescued cats.

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