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    ok i will

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    Next time you see them out call the council immediately and take lots of photos. With photos and hopefully the council picking them up they will be removed from his care.
    Thats a great idea Angela, Kassie let us know when you have contacted the council re the boxers and I will happily follow it through for you with my contacts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peta23 View Post
    i got a question... How can Boxes be registered as a dangerous dog?? like if they bite someone isnt it law for them to be put down?
    Any dog can be registered as a dangerous dog, all a dog has to do is harass any person or animal while loose in public. It doesn't have to bite to be classed as dangerous.

    It also depends on the severity of the bite I think - I could be wrong on that though!

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    dont know just moved to the steet 3 mouths ago and the neighbours from down the road told us i think he beged them to not put the dog down dont know

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    all a dog has to do is harass any person or animal while loose in public
    Sounds like a dodgey law..

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    hay i got on my horse last night it was fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peta23 View Post
    Sounds like a dodgey law..
    From my councils website:

    A dangerous dog declaration may be made for a dog only if the dog:

    * has seriously attacked, or acted in a way that caused fear to, a person or another animal; or
    * in the opinion of an authorised person, based on the dog's behaviour, may seriously attack or act in a way that causes fear to a person or another animal

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