and how some areas were dealing with it. Was reminded of it by this(pointed to by Uncle) about two people being killed by a pack of dogs.
The article(the old one) was written by a guy who, on a regular basis, helped organize hunts for packs of feral dogs. We're talking about dogs killing livestock and pets, and sometimes attacking people; bad situations. One of the problems he mentioned having to deal with was people giving them crap because "You want to kill my Fluffy!"; they just would not or could not understand the difference between their pet and a feral dog that would kill Fluffy; or as part of a pack kill livestock and attack people.
I've noticed that the Disney Syndrome seems to strike in many ways, one of them being that a lot of people just don't seem to realized just what kind of damage a dog, even a small one, can do; you get into medium- to large-size dogs, they can seriously tear you up.