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Legalize Wolfdogs in United States

Gabriel Masotti, Contributor

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Imagine having a dog that is by far more intelligent than a normal dog and far healthier. Considering that from 2005 to 2017 dogs killed 433 people and 76% were Pitbulls and Rottweilers, wolf hybrids would be considered safer than these everyday dogs that many Americans have in their homes. So how is it these viciously aggressive dogs are allowed to run free in all states while mauling somebody’s poodle or somebody’s child along the way, yet wolf hybrids are illegal in most states? It is simply because dogs like Rottweilers, Pitbulls, Cane Corso, and so on are all purely domestic dogs. 

In 19 years, wolfdogs were responsible for only 14 deaths. This seems like very few compared to the towering 329 Pitbull/Rottweiler deaths. This seems like a very small number because it is. This obviously shows wolfdogs are much safer to be around than a Pitbull.  

In the UK wolfdogs are legal but all the vicious and aggressive dogs are banned, which is almost the opposite of the United States.  

So, what is the problem with wolfdogs? Wolfdogs have proven to be wild and have severe separation anxiety, which makes them extremely hard to take care of. They also can’t eat dog food. They must have a raw diet with bones and some fruit and vegetables.  

A lot of people go and get themselves a wolfdog with no prior research and end up realizing they aren’t the kind of person to take care of a wolfdog and usually end up leaving it on the side of the road somewhere, and wolfdogs, as extremely intelligent animals, never forget someone and will remember and love that owner for the rest of their life. It can be very traumatic for a wolfdog to be separated from its owner and it could even become dangerous. 

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My name is Gabriel Masotti. I play bagpipes. I enjoy doing random stuff in the woods. I have autism so I might appear to be weird to you but chances are...

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