One of the major problems we have with the modern constabulary is their believe that they are our superiors. Permitting these cretins to presume that certain animals are as well, simply must be nipped in the bud as we on a daily basis strive to resume our rightful place as the ones in charge of the whole shebang.
Look at it this way; Michael Vick allowed his property to be used to train dogs to fight one another, and served 18 months in prison. All across the country, police departments conduct training that teaches dogs to fight people.
What's next? Attack chimps? They're smarter. Than most cops even. No wait. Then there'd be too much competition for promotions. The poor dogs they can abuse at will, and don't know from squat about recompense, where a chimp wouldn't stand for such treatment.
Then again this IS Jersey. Where the Governor kisses law enforcements collective ass and feels its A-okay to disarm the populace just in case they might spook some poor cop who was under the impression only he was allowed to defend himself. (Sorry. Any time I get an opening to spit on Christie I will)
PS: And always remember that should an officer feel threatened he can kill every last one of your pets without so much as a by-your-leave. Happens all the time in all the states. But when their pets are in danger they codify make believe laws to promote the animal to sworn officer of the law.
And worse yet, we let them get away with it.
Wanna know how the dog got that name? Schultz?
Seems the yokels had a contest to name him, and a local 5th grader voted for Schultz, in honor of perhaps the dirtiest hockey player of all time, David Schultz who played for the Philadelphia Flyers.
Schultz was known for, among other things, wrapping his hands as a boxer would so when he pummeled an opponent he wouldn't endanger his digits. Multiple face fractures and concussions later, the practice was banned by the NHL and remains so to this day.
Could thing the dog wasn't more aggressive. They might have named him "Manson".