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  1. Arti says:

    Studies and statistics reinforce which dog breeds are most involved in bites, maiming and fatalities. Breed-specific legislation has been slowly decreasing, and that’s great for loving dog owners like you! However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that insurance companies or landlords are going to change their minds. Once Property Owners find out the list of banned breeds that their insurance company has put together, they can make the decision to continue to be a customer of the company or shop around for a non-discriminatory insurance company. Certain dog breeds have a reputation in society for being more aggressive than others, and a few breeds are definitely most likely to be involved in bite-related accidents than other breeds.

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