Do you think that a dog that killed a baby human should be euthanize?
If the dog thought the baby was a toy, or the baby was making the dog anxious and aggressive with his crying? Should we euthanize the dog or would you try to rehabilitate it?
Only if the dog was always violent in nature and had to be put down and may harm others in the future. The dog may have not realized what it did.
no it shouldnt because maybe he did not realize what he did even though if he killed thta child many people would say to euthanize it but if the dog isnt agressive i would rehabilitate
I really think it depends on the circumstances....the bigger question is why was the baby unattended?
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