I agree with the OP, it is far too easy to get a dog. My partner and I decided a few months ago that we wanted to get a dog, and one of the places we looked was on Gumtree. Basically, anyone with the cash could get a dog. Sometimes the breeders/sellers were responsible and said they would insist on doing some checks, but more often than not, whoever could pay could get a dog.
Are you suggesting there should be some kind of basic intelligence test for dog ownership?
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And you're suggesting what, or are you just hilariously parodying Angry of Tunbridge Wells?
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More intelligent than the dog would be a good start.
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Pigs are more intelligent than dogs, are you SERIOUSLY suggesting pigs should be allowed to own dogs? I don't know what's going on in the world anymore!
I'm suggesting that saying that there should be some prerequisites for having a dog (such as a license, an IQ test, you name it) that are somewhat stricter than those for having children seems a bit odd.
Fair enough. You know a lot of children who foul the pavement and indiscriminately bite folk?
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Cats are not native to the UK.
As I understand it, both cats and dogs are domesticated from other species, and therefore neither is a 'natural' predator, nor native to the UK. Wolves may be native to the UK, but dogs were largely if not entirely domesticated in other countries.
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