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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    Choppa if they were so interested in doing the right thing then their dog would have been registered 6 years ago. Cmon you seriously cant take all the blame off them, yes maybe some but not all.
    while really i honestly hope it never happens a small part of me wants to read what peter70 has to say when its his dogs breed that is subject to laws such as this

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    Choppa if they were so interested in doing the right thing then their dog would have been registered 6 years ago. Cmon you seriously cant take all the blame off them, yes maybe some but not all.
    Thing is, there are heaps of people who don't register their dogs. But if they don't look like a pitbull, they don't risk having them put down, they merely risk a fine. So the threatening nature of the new laws probably did shock these owners into action. But when they apparently ran into some administrative problem, it was used against them as an opportunity to seize their dog.

    Just like in the other case that was reported on here, it will not at all encourage people to register their dogs if they look anything like a pitbull.

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    You guys are that blinded that you can't even contribute part of the blame on these owners, who never bothered to register their dog? They wouldn't be in this situation if they had of done the right thing to begin with.

    How sad "mymatejack" that you'd hope it happens to my breed and that your cronies like the thought as well, some dog lover you are, happy to see my breed suffer just so you can beat your chest and say, I was wrong.. If it does well then at least I've obeyed by the law leading up to it and it will be no fault of my own ( or my dogs for that matter) I can't change everything that happens in society, I think they refer to that as the perfect world.

    When you take your blinkers off, you may see that I don't support what's going on but I also won't support those who cry foul when clearly they haven't done the right thing.

    Good call Beloz, "there are heaps of people who don't register their dogs", so does that make it ok when they get caught?

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    You guys are that blinded that you can't even contribute part of the blame on these owners, who never bothered to register their dog? They wouldn't be in this situation if they had of done the right thing to begin with.

    How sad "mymatejack" that you'd hope it happens to my breed and that your cronies like the thought as well, some dog lover you are, happy to see my breed suffer just so you can beat your chest and say, I was wrong.. If it does well then at least I've obeyed by the law leading up to it and it will be no fault of my own ( or my dogs for that matter) I can't change everything that happens in society, I think they refer to that as the perfect world.

    When you take your blinkers off, you may see that I don't support what's going on but I also won't support those who cry foul when clearly they haven't done the right thing.

    Good call Beloz, "there are heaps of people who don't register their dogs", so does that make it ok when they get caught?
    I've only just recently registered my dogs with our council. They are 3 and 2 years old. Doesn't mean they should be taken off of me and destroyed because they could be "vicious man eating Pit Bulls" . I know plenty of people who choose to not register. If I hadn't brought my house my dogs would still not be registered. I am not too fussed on contributing to the council members salaries.

    Yes it is the law and they tried before the crack down, the council made it difficult even though they were following the new rules "you have until the 30th September to have your dogs registered or they will be destroyed".

    I just find it sickening that they are happy to put down dogs due to nothing more than appearance. Surely you find that wrong also Peter70?

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    You guys are that blinded that you can't even contribute part of the blame on these owners, who never bothered to register their dog? They wouldn't be in this situation if they had of done the right thing to begin with.

    Good call Beloz, "there are heaps of people who don't register their dogs", so does that make it ok when they get caught?
    Did I say anywhere that I think it is ok to not register your dogs? I'm saying that it's "a tad" harsh that punishment for some to not register may be that their dogs get killed, while others merely get a slap on the wrist. What are you suggesting, that they PTS the SWF whose owners did not register it too because they didn't do the right thing?

    Sheesh.

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    Ok Jadielee I dont condone PTS dogs for being unregistered, however a responsible dog owner is required by law to register their dog, hence term responsible. By openly admitting you didn't register your dogs " because you don't like contributing to council salaries" makes me wonder?
    I don't like paying vicroads my car rego but stiff bikkies, IT'S THE LAW!
    Beloz, read your post it's clear that you didn't say it's ok not to register your dog but clearly you use it as a kind of defense otherwise why mention others not doing it, what's the revelance?
    And of course you both neglected to read that I don't support what's going on however I do lay a portion of blame on the owners, none on the dog, however you all blame everyone but them.

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    Lol I previously didn't register my dogs because we were renting and planning to move. I've lived in 3 or 4 different councils since i've had them. I'll be buggered if i was going to waste money on registering them when we might have moved anyway and would have to do it again with the new council... We did end up making a final move and they are now registered Lol wonder all you want. It may be the law, but I bet you many other people do the same as I did. It is still no reason for a dog to be seized and PTS.

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    To start with I am no-ones 'cronie' .

    And as for "its the law" ?

    I don't give a flying duck turd if it's "the law" ... where dogs are concerned,if it means keeping my dogs safer and out of harms way then I will break every law put in front of me.

    That's how much my dogs mean to me.
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    Break as many laws as you want, just don't bitch when it goes pear shaped.
    Again if their dog was registered would they be in this situation?


    Well you guys are certainly pin ups for dog lovers given your attitudes to the law, how wonderful life would be if everyone got to choose the ones they wanted to obey and the ones they wanted to ignore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    Again if their dog was registered would they be in this situation?
    The sad thing is, if they had not tried to register their dog when they heard about the new laws, they would not have had their dogs taken away from them. Way to go on encouraging people to mend their ways and do the right thing, hey.

    And if I had a dog that could be mistaken for a pitbull and it was not registered, would I choose to register it because I need to obey the law and risk it being killed or would I disobey this law and keep my dog - as there is very little chance the council will know about the dog if you are a responsible owner where it matters: you socialise and train your dog, keep it confined when you're not home and make sure it isn't a nuisance to anyone.

    These laws are not encouraging anyone to do the right thing. Lots of people love their dogs like their kids. I think it's bit crash to criticise people for disobeying laws that would put their dogs in danger of being PTS.

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