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    If the dog ate someone, there wouldn't be this problem of "have you got the dog's address or rego id? sorry we can't do anything without it".

    I managed to get my council to do something about a dog that bit me - not savagely but it had savaged and drew blood on two other dogs at the park that day and I was just trying to stop it having a go at my dog...

    All I had was a description and a location of where the dog was at when it bit me, and last year's rego tag number... They found it. Stopped the dog coming to that park and eating other dogs. But I think the owners tried to rehome it.

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    Over here, in Moreton Shire, Brisbane, if you phone council and report stray dogs wondering loose they will send a ranger to catch them. Don't say there is a man walking dogs off leash, just say they are wandering loose, are big and look viscious.
    Nev Allen
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    Brisbane is slightly more assertive in their dog legislation, including breed specific that down here in the south.

    My neighbours have been building their own house. Extreemly slowly. They had the storage container removed on Tuesday night, they replaced the fence badly.
    I went around and alerted them to the fact, their fence no longer is keeping their dog safe from the 2 GSD's.
    (allready given them the heads up on GSD's antics and that i have reported it to get it on record)
    He has fixed the fence, and blue stone blocks over fence. She'll never move them! he said, meaning his pug, will not move the stones, so the GSD's will not be able to enter.
    Can i show you something i said? he said go on then.
    I put Bernie outside his new secure fence in a sit. We then went other side, inside his 'protected garden' and i called bernie. there is no gate, he has to come under the fence if he wants to get to me. Took 2 seconds for him to work it out, shove the blue stones with his mass out of the way, and inside garden with us 2, and his pug rapidly.
    "shit, we're gonna need a bigger fence" was his laughing observation.
    He's going to keep the dog indoors for this week. Whilst the back fence is insecure.

    I am a bit non plussed, as to how when problem solving, how to keep 2 dog/dog aggressive GSD's out of his garden. He is insured the fixings were pug proof?
    That crap problem solving could of = dead pug.

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    Yeah I'd certainly be a lot more worried and going to more effort if the pug were mine, that's for sure. People aren't terribly bright it seems when it comes to dogs, very frustrating.

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    It would help if he also calls the council and complains about the loose dogs...

    The more people who do that, the more likely council will take action. They tend to feel free to ignore one person as not serious or a person with a grudge.

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