Explanation - It explains what something is or how it works.
Narrative - It tells a story.
Discussion - It looks at an issue from different points of view and reaches a conclusion.
Exposition - It tries to persuade the audience.
It is illegal to own that kind of dog without a licence.
It is illegal to own that kind of dog.
Those dogs cannot go to dog parks.
It is illegal to buy, sell or breed that kind of dog.
That it's a good idea and the changes to law should be made.
That it won't solve the problem because dog owners are the real issue.
That some dogs are too aggressive to be trained and should be banned.
That it's a terrible idea, and no changes to the law should be made.
Because it shows that all dogs are vicious.
Because it shows that without training any dogs could do the wrong thing.
Because the author thinks that labradoodles should be a restricted dog.