People have strong beliefs about what should happen once a dog is declared legally dangerous. Some think the dog should be immediately put down to end the threat to innocent people, other dogs, and livestock.
Others believe that the dog should have a chance to rehabilitate. Texas law gives dangerous dogs a lot of leeway.
Using National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administrative Data, it is possible to do a ranking of Texas cities based on annual average particulate matter concentrations (in micrograms per cubic meter). Doing so reveals that many West Texas cities are represented on the list.