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Byline: Mark Bowes
Feb. 1--The family of the Henrico County boy fatally mauled last week by two Rottweilers is giving up all their dogs. "Every dog I've got we're finding new homes for," said Paul Johnson, the father of 6-year-old Matthew "Logan" Johnson, who died Jan. 24 after being attacked by two female Rottweilers the family had taken in just days earlier.
He said keeping the family's five other Rottweilers -- which have won awards in regional dog shows would be akin to keeping a loaded gun in the house after one of his boys accidentally shot his brother. "I would never feel comfortable again," he said. "There will be no more dogs," Johnson said in an interview yesterday with The Times-Dispatch. "I can't take it, my kids couldn't take it. But I don't blame the breed."
The family has agreed to let Henrico authorities euthanize the two dogs involved in the attack. The Johnsons purchased the …