UK PM Bans American Bully XL Dogs After Fatal Attack

In the most recent dog attack in the heart of England, a man lost his life. It pushes the government to crack down harder on huge dog types. The American Bully dogs, according to UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, is a deadly threat to communities and should be outlawed immediately. “The American Bully XL dogs poses an obvious and deadly threat to our society, especially to children. This cannot continue”. According to news agency AFP, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stated, “I have commissioned immediate advice on banning them.

According to the reports, a guy who had suffered severe injuries as a result of being mauled by two dogs asked for emergency services on Thursday. The West Midlands Ambulance Service stated. “Unfortunately, after arriving at the hospital, despite the greatest efforts it became evident that nothing more could be done to rescue him (and) he was declared deceased.

PM Rishi Sunak Bans American Bully XL Dogs

A 30-year-old man was detained by Staffordshire Police on suspicion of keeping dangerously out-of-control dogs. The breed of the dogs engaged in the attack is still under investigation by the police. But according to PM Rishi Sunak, American bulldog XL, which is recognized for its stocky and powerful look, is suspected.

This is the second similar event to occur in the UK in the past week. On Saturday, an 11-year-old girl was hurt when a Staffordshire bull terrier puppy and an American bulldog attacked her.

It is obvious that this is not a matter of a few poorly behaved-dogs. It’s an unsustainable pattern of behavior. I want to reassure people that we are immediately working on solutions to halt these assaults and safeguard the public. Even though owners already have a responsibility to keep their dogs under control.

The UK PM said. “Today I have charged ministers to gather police and experts to first define the breed of dogs responsible for these attacks with a view to then outlaw it.”

Dog Ban in the UK

dog ban in the UK

Breeds including the pit bull terrier, Japanese tosa, dogo Argentino, and Fila Brasileiro are now prohibited in the United Kingdom. Despite being bigger and having a relation to the pit bull terrier, the American bully XL dogs are not subject to any legal limitations. It is more difficult to implement regulatory measures for this breed since it is not recognized by the nation’s Kennel Club as a distinct breed.

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