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No culling of American XL bully dogs, new rules for owners in UK

  • The UK government has announced an "amnesty" approach for American Bully XLs, instead of a cull. Owners will be required to register their dogs, have them neutered, and ensure they are muzzled and on a lead in public.
  • Despite the proposed ban, there are concerns that banning XL Bully dogs will not address the issue of dog attacks, as groups like the RSPCA and the Kennel Club argue that banning the breed has not proven effective in the past.
  • The government is urged to focus on tackling irresponsible owners and unscrupulous breeders, rather than implementing breed-specific bans.
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