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  • echo06
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    Originally posted by Tsalla Apopka View Post
    Can someone tell me where the sign goes on this conveyance??
    That's awesome!!

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  • Tsalla Apopka
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    Where does the sign go

    Can someone tell me where the sign goes on this conveyance??
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  • echo06
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    You must wear "Milkbone" underwear......

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Originally posted by tanko View Post
    Does this wording go on the vehicle only, or do you have to put a vest on the dog that states it as well?

    I'm interested to know this would work with canines in hospitals, since a lot of them are used for therapy.
    No, its only required on a conveyance transporting the animal.

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  • Mr. Angry
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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier View Post
    Keep in mind, this isn't some rule about police K9s. Its a general law about any dangerous dog.

    The DANGER BAD DOG is designed to be simple wording that allows a child to understand that the dog is "bad," and they should not approach it. Children can be stupid, and want to pet dogs that will eat them.
    Yet another by-product of an overly-litigious and under-intelligent society.

    An unfortunate cross we must bear, as we are the ones with the brains, is that we have to compensate for those who were not provided with them at birth.

    Never mind the kids being "stupid", most adults I deal with make retards look like members of MENSA.

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  • Joe12304
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    This works fine for us.....

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  • tanko
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    Does this wording go on the vehicle only, or do you have to put a vest on the dog that states it as well?

    I'm interested to know this would work with canines in hospitals, since a lot of them are used for therapy.

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  • N. A. Corbier
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    Keep in mind, this isn't some rule about police K9s. Its a general law about any dangerous dog.

    The DANGER BAD DOG is designed to be simple wording that allows a child to understand that the dog is "bad," and they should not approach it. Children can be stupid, and want to pet dogs that will eat them.

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  • Lawson
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    If I was a K9 officer, I would elect to put that on my car.

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  • Joe12304
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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier View Post
    police K9 units will put DANGER BAD DOG on their trucks/cars
    WTF?! Florida fails yet again...

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  • gixxer32404
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    ^^ well i'm running out of new threads.

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  • davis002
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    Originally posted by gixxer32404 View Post
    ^^^LOL^^^ rofl
    Holy thread necro, batman!

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  • gixxer32404
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    ^^^LOL^^^ rofl

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  • SecTrainer
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    Originally posted by wilrobnson
    That's gotta be a morale killer...
    Why? The dog can't read.

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    Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
    Florida Statutes provides that any dangerous animal being transported in a motor vehicle must have the words: DANGER BAD DOG in no less than two inch print on the vehicle transporting.
    That's gotta be a morale killer...

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