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syntaxtc

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  1. Yeah we have the collar, muzzle and signs on the gate.
  2. We have complied with everything but the enclosure (you are given 3 months to get one) and yes it must be on a concrete slab and enclosure must be secured to the slab. There is no dates on the intent to declare him i think that might be so people have the 7 day period to appeal it? The only date on it is the incident date. We have a solicitor on board now to help us with the appeal letter to have it downgraded to menacing dog declaration.
  3. I contacted his organisation but didn't speak directly with Steve. After explaining the situation she said Steve is the only person who can asses your dog because he has bitten someone. He has no free assessment spots until December unfortunately. He has already been declared dangerous, i have the declaration already so it is a bit too late for that - it is a fair assessment i wont argue that fact, but i will object it.
  4. Ranger gave me the dangerous dog declaration today which i will be objecting to. As for his habits, he is very naughty he use to chew a lot, eat bark, trees anything he could find he would chew - this has now surpassed. Very good food manners, he will wait for a command before eating, he is not food aggressive. He hates strangers. (males mainly - ive had random women walk up to him and pat him while ive been walking and he has been fine) His walking habits are okay, but not the best. He will pull for the first 10 minutes then tire himself out, h
  5. Appreciate all the feedback. Its pretty hard to make a decision its not only the fact we are emotionally attached as a family to him, pretty much financially attached as well. He broke his leg when he was 6 months old and spent 4 weeks at ARH being nursed and treated. The $$$ we have put into the dog is ridiculous and for us to just end him like that, pretty tough. I will give Steve a call today and see if there is anything he can do for us behavior wise.
  6. We have owned this puppy since he was 8 weeks old, a few months ago he Muzzle Poked a child next door after sneaking into my garage and getting out into the front yard. Two weeks ago he bit a child on the face in our back yard. Obviously i thought everything would be fine hence me allowing the child to enter the back yard, where four other kids (my two daughters and my niece and nephew were throwing the ball for the dog) after about 5 minutes he charged at the boy and stopped. This did not trigger anything in my head unfortunately and it was only about 5 minutes later he did it again but knock
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