Do you find that most dogs you find appealing are on a ton of ban lists?

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  1. CyphorX
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    Lucky for me my city does not have any BSL laws on the books and I own my own home, so at the moment I don't have to worry about it. but I do notice many apartments have stupid breed restrictions as well as many insurance providers have banned breeds, it seems that unless you want either a little "yip yip" dog or a goofy looking medium to large dog you are out of luck in many places.

    I would like to hear your thoughts on the subject.
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    I'm against BSL. I rent and I do see the Landlord's point of view on any breed of dog. If the dog bites a tenant that is renting, the Landlord is liable since it's the Landlord's property.
     

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