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Old November 18th, 2004, 09:39 AM
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Email Michael Bryant

hey everyone, please read the article below and email Micheal Bryant pointing out the obvious error. Also, let him know you won't be muzzling your dog.

www.thestar.com/ Type Michael Bryant in the search field.

sorry, link doesn't work. This is an article in todays star. Bryant is quoted as saying if the dog in the Cambridge attack had been muzzled and leashed the attack wouldn't have happened. Also, he is calling on owner to muzzle thier dogs and not wait for the legislation.



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Old November 18th, 2004, 09:47 AM
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Hi, hugs for duke. The link doesn't work. But I have to admit I sent MB a scathing letter this morning. I know I shouldn't have but I prefaced it with since you have not answered any of the emails that I have sent you maybe this will get your attention. In my tirade I told him that as soon as he starts wearing a muzzle in public when not on his own property then I will muzzle my dog. Also asked if this muzzle law will apply to Dalton who it is rumoured has a pit bull, because you can be assured that he will be watched by pit owner like a hawk and will report him to Animal Services and the Media. So you will not be able to pick and choose who will have to abide by the law. In the letter I also asked if he knows that there has never been a fatal attack by a Staff. so how do you justify banning a breed that has not done anything.
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Old November 18th, 2004, 10:09 AM
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oh I know, I told him I couldn't believe he was the Attorney General of Ontario. Asked him just what was wrong with his ability to process info.
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