RDCO Dog Control Review

Re: RDCO Dog Control Review

Postby Triple 6 » Dec 2nd, 2012, 9:12 pm

mariesellka wrote:Our family is in turmoil over the pound holding our sons dog locked up indefinitely.He did bite an elderly person who approached him as he was being walked on leash with someone who should of never been walking him as she had no control and as the woman passed and said something the dog lunged toward her.the dog was wrong and has never done anything like this before,he is such a baby so we are not sure of what transpired actually because none of us were there.Now he has been locked up for over a month the pound want to destroy him.There is a court date but no hope of having him home for Christmas and my sons girlfriend is the only one that has been allowed to see him as she bought his city tag.My son wants to make a dog run in the yard and get some obedience training for Hannibal,who doesn't understand any of this,the pound just goes on about how much them keeping him costs tax payers and that the kids should just let them kill the dog,I say let him come home where he belongs he has no record of doing anything like this .

the dog was wrong? Nope. The owner was wrong.
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Re: RDCO Dog Control Review

Postby LordEd » Dec 2nd, 2012, 10:39 pm

grammafreddy wrote:So, what does this ... http://courts.gov.bc.ca/jdb-txt/SC/12/1 ... 61cor1.htm ... all mean?
It looks like they attempted to sue pretty much everyone remotely involved with the issue try to get the entire staff of CORD fired.

Net result appears that most of the claims have no legal basis, and those that had even a remote legal basis were not accepted, although the judge didn't perceive the lawsuit(s) to be an abuse of process intended to 'intimidate' them.

They will have to pay legal costs as well.
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Re: RDCO Dog Control Review

Postby grammafreddy » Dec 2nd, 2012, 11:11 pm

And what happened with the dog, Diesel?
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Re: RDCO Dog Control Review

Postby LordEd » Dec 3rd, 2012, 8:55 am

Nothing changed in the posted case link as they lost entirely. The only thing they sought as a remedy for the dog was 'erase record completely'.
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Re: RDCO Dog Control Review

Postby mariesellka » Dec 3rd, 2012, 11:14 pm

Ya the the owner but now he has been locked in a cage for a month they are will to do whatever it takes to get their dog back,as far as I'm concerned dog control just hate certain dogs our being of of them.2 kids with no way of paying a lawyer,not a fair deal
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Re: RDCO Dog Control Review

Postby Lore » Dec 16th, 2012, 2:55 pm

Here is a letter to the Kelowna Capital News and it says that
Diesel's court case is scheduled for Monday, Dec.17/12.
Lots of comments are at the end of the letter as well.
This whole ordeal that Diesel and his owner have gone through
makes me furious at RDCO dog control. This should not be happening
to this dog.
http://www.kelownacapnews.com/opinion/l ... 41491.html

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Column: Be accountable for your pet dogs

Published: December 13, 2012 5:00 PM
Updated: December 13, 2012 5:07 PM

To the editor:

My name is Diesel. I’m a dog and I’ve been locked up in the Regional District of Central Okanagan’s dog pound since March 2011.

I don’t know why I’m here. All I remember is being attacked by another dog in my neighbourhood and defending myself. Ever since then, I’ve been locked up in a very small 5x7-ft cement pen for 23 1/2 hours a day, everyday, for 21 months. Did you know that 21 months is more than 12 years in human years?

My dad is allowed to visit me just once a week and for only 30 minutes. He always looks so worried. It’s hard for me to see him like that but I’m always so happy to see him despite his unhappiness. I love him so much.

Dad tells me that my regional district is taking me to court and if I lose, they will be putting me to sleep. I don’t know what that means but when he tells me that he looks very sad and starts to cry. But that’s when I love him even more. That’s what unconditional love is and loving him always brings me joy.

My dad says that the laws for dogs will be changing in my regional district and that all the regional directors have said they are happy with the changes. He says that they want their community to be known as a “pet-friendly” community. But if they want a pet-friendly community, why aren’t they friendly to me? Why are they making me and my dad, and so many others in their regional district so unhappy? Why isn’t their happiness unconditional and for everyone? Why doesn’t their happiness include dad and me?

Dad also told me that at their last board meeting the regional directors were all very pleased to hear their new rules would save them a lot of money. If saving lots of money pleases them, why are they spending so much money taking me to court?

I’ve asked my dad why I can’t go home to my family. Dad says that the regional directors can let me go home and that they can do that right now. But they haven’t. Why haven’t they? Even Gary Gibson, who has been a professional dog assessor for 35 years, says I’m not an aggressive dog. Why haven’t they listened to Gary Gibson? What have I done for them to keep me locked up for 21 months? I don’t understand.

I truly hope all the regional directors mean what they have said about making their regional district pet-friendly. I hope they weren’t just pretending. I hope they will find a place in their hearts for me and that they will act on their words.

With heartfelt thanks.


aka Al Vickers,

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Diesel’s court case is scheduled for Monday, Dec. 17, 2012. Donations can be made through the Bank of Montreal account # 0809 3976-657.
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