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    Baby and Tia have had their case sent back to VCAT, as the original decision has been ruled by the Supreme Court as being incorrect, and they did not significantly fit the Standard of a Restricted Breed Dog. The Supreme Court has wiped out the decision on their declaration, but not the declaration itself, so it now is supposed to be reviewed by VCAT again. The dogs are still the same, will not comply with the Standard, so VCAT's new decision should be a formality.
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    ' mymatejack' - Will this really be the end of this particular saga ?

    I would hope so - but do not believe so !

    The state government has a lot riding on this and all the local council has to do is appeal ! Government doesn't have to worry about money do they ? It is not their money personally ! So - spend, spend and spend - if you are trying to protect legislation that really makes no sense !

    My question here is - if these people are soooo concerned about their particular dogs - the ones in all the photos - why haven't they desexed these dogs ?

    Or - maybe - I am being tooooooo cynical here !

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    I don't know RileyJ, i hope so but i will follow with interest.

    How do you know they weren't desexed? Did i miss something?

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    ' mymatejack' - you put the links up - just scroll down to the photo of the owner with the comment on the tatts ! I am sure that I could see that the male was entire. It is harder to see regarding the females - but !

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    sorry, maybe a little off key
    Last edited by mymatejack; 12-01-2012 at 08:05 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mymatejack View Post
    sorry, maybe a little off key
    Why ? I missed what you said - but - why - 'maybe a little off key' ?

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    when i register my dog in tassie do i class her as a staffy an amstaff or are they classed as pitbulls in tassie? im very confused as i have been told i cant register her as an amstaff??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ava,s mummy View Post
    when i register my dog in tassie do i class her as a staffy an amstaff or are they classed as pitbulls in tassie? im very confused as i have been told i cant register her as an amstaff??
    I'm not sure what the laws are in Tassie, but if she is an AmStaff register her as that. Do you have papers? I've registered both of mine as AmStaff in Qld and I don't have papers.

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    seems the laws are bit iffy here, she doesnt have any papers but her dad did.

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    Tasmania's laws are not as bonkers as Victoria's.

    If only her dad had papers, you could register her as an Amstaff cross (unknown). Or a mixed breed (unknown). Just don't put pitbull anywhere - because they're on the federal banned import list - and so get special attention on all the state and local government law - which usually means you have to keep her locked in a special run at home - that people can't accidentally let the dog out of (like a gun safe - except for a dog), and keep her muzzled and always on lead when she's out of the special run.

    I'm not sure what the Tasmanian dog and cat management laws are specifically - I've never found them but you need to find out.

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