Change legislation to facilitate improved management of dog attacks in the A.C.T.

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Beverley Sheldrake
4 years ago
I have seen the results of a pack attack.
The dogs were not removed nor classified as dangerous.
Perhaps it needs a small child to perish before changes occur.

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Lynette Metelerkamo
4 years ago
My husband and I have been bitten by dogs in the past.

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Lee Michicoff
4 years ago
It's not the breed

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Karen Thompson
4 years ago
These animals need love and respect!! And be treated equally to all !! Before judging be around one , and see what amazing animals they really are !!

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Manuel Benegas
4 years ago
Nada ni nadie debe hacer el mal

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Cindy Marcotte
4 years ago
Humans need to stop putting the blame off on the breeds, because it has nothing to do with the breeds. Dogs are no different than children you have to teach and guide them in the right direction. Humans are the ones that are guiding them and raising them to do wrong, It's all in how you raise them. Punish the deed! Not the breed!

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Sonia Hudson Jenkins
4 years ago
before you label an entire breed l label yourself first because the only dangerous breed i see is the he ones having the nerve to l label an innocent breed take all this back to the hate committee and look at who's sitting next to you and there is where the label goes

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Cecilia Unthank
4 years ago
I want to feel safe walking my dogs.

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Doris Andrews
4 years ago
I am signing this petition because the safety of citizens and their pets in the ACT in of the utmost importance to me. The management of dogs in the ACT needs to change. There is an urgent need for more education for ACT residents around the responsibilities of owning a dog. A lot of dog attacks could be avoided if dogs and their owners were required to undergo training together. The welfare of dogs in the ACT is a major contributing factor in these attacks. Please start with strong laws to ensure the owners of dangerous dogs have to think about their responsibilities before the take ownership of a potentially dangerous dog.

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Kerry Veness
4 years ago
DANGEROUS DOGS SHOULD NOT ROAM FREE ATTACKING AND KILLING HUMANS AND PETS.