'Banned' pitbull used as a police sniffer dog put down at RSPCA West Hatch centre

This is The West Country: Tyson with an officer. Tyson with an officer.

A POLICE sniffer dog with “great potential” has been put to sleep at a Taunton RSPCA centre after being found to be a banned breed.

Avon and Somerset Police took on Tyson, a pitbull-cross, after he had appeared on Channel 5 show Dog Rescuers.

But when a police dog specialist later identified that Tyson, though a cross-breed, was still of the banned 'pitbull type', he had to be returned to the West Hatch RSPCA centre near Taunton.

Unable to legally rehome him under the Government's breed standard laws, the centre had no choice but to put him to sleep.

The RSPCA and the Police Tri-Force Specialist Operations Collaboration said they were “extremely upset” by what had happened.

Tyson was one of 12 dogs successfully rehomed to various police forces from the Taunton area animal centre.

The outcome has devastated police dog handlers and RSPCA staff who cared for and trained the 18 month-old dark brindle and white dog.

Inspector Dave Eddy, who oversees the Tri-Force Dog Section, said: “We are absolutely devastated Tyson had to be returned to West Hatch, and that due to being a banned breed, he had to be put to sleep in accordance with Dangerous Dog Act.

“It can be very hard to identify the dangerous breeds if they are mixed with other breeds that look similar such as Staffordshire Bull Terriers.

“In Tyson's case, it was our expert Dog Legislation Officers who identified the physical traits.

“A number of our drug and explosive search dogs are rescue dogs and include Labradors, Springer Spaniels and Staffordshire Bull Terriers.

“PC Lee Webb who looked after Tyson was particularly upset. PC Webb already handles a rescue Staffie, PD Kos, who is an excellent search dog.

“We will continue to use rescue dogs and work with the RSPCA to use rescue dogs wherever possible.”

An RSPCA spokesperson commented: “All of the staff who cared for and loved him are incredibly upset that such a wonderful dog had to be put to sleep.”

They added: “Utimately poor Tyson illustrates the absurdity of the breed specific legislation and the Dangerous Dogs Act, and is another lovely dog who has paid the price because of it."

A spokesperson for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs commented: “The laws on prohibited type dogs are there to protect people from types of dogs bred for fighting.”

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1:04pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Thurza says...

Any dog can become dangerous in the wrong hands, this law is ludicrous,
Any dog can become dangerous in the wrong hands, this law is ludicrous, Thurza
  • Score: 61

2:17pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Miss tree 118 says...

So even though he was a great asset to the police, he still had to be put down. What about all of the dangerous humans in our country, will they be put down? He doesn't even look like pit bull.
So even though he was a great asset to the police, he still had to be put down. What about all of the dangerous humans in our country, will they be put down? He doesn't even look like pit bull. Miss tree 118
  • Score: 64

2:30pm Thu 10 Jul 14

Freespeech?. says...

This is what happens when media driven mass-hysteria influences government.
Ban the deed, not the breed.
This is what happens when media driven mass-hysteria influences government. Ban the deed, not the breed. Freespeech?.
  • Score: 55

2:55pm Thu 10 Jul 14

twigimala says...

Presumably the dog had gone through a lot of training with the police and they found nothing wrong with his temperament - so a perfectly good dog had to be put to sleep.This shows what a bad law it is.the problem is not the dogs but the idiots at the other end of the lead
Presumably the dog had gone through a lot of training with the police and they found nothing wrong with his temperament - so a perfectly good dog had to be put to sleep.This shows what a bad law it is.the problem is not the dogs but the idiots at the other end of the lead twigimala
  • Score: 66

4:44pm Thu 10 Jul 14

TauntonBloke29 says...

If it wasn't so sad this would be the ultimate irony.
If it wasn't so sad this would be the ultimate irony. TauntonBloke29
  • Score: 23

5:07pm Thu 10 Jul 14

julia1937 says...

So wrong . The law needs to target bad owners not innocent animals :(
So wrong . The law needs to target bad owners not innocent animals :( julia1937
  • Score: 42

8:29pm Thu 10 Jul 14

jocullum says...

Absolutely mad, this law is so wrong that a lovely dog who was serving the community was destroyed due to someone getting a tape measure out .For gods sake when will government see sense . It is not the dog ! You only have to watch soem of the animal rescue programmes on tv recent, y to see what idiots are allowed to breed and own dogs !
Absolutely mad, this law is so wrong that a lovely dog who was serving the community was destroyed due to someone getting a tape measure out .For gods sake when will government see sense . It is not the dog ! You only have to watch soem of the animal rescue programmes on tv recent, y to see what idiots are allowed to breed and own dogs ! jocullum
  • Score: 35

10:32pm Thu 10 Jul 14

swjoduk says...

What is frustrating is they trained the poor dog for however lomg before anyone noticed at considerable cost to the tax payer.

As mentioned about, the dog had proven that it had a good temperament and could be trusted.

Whats the worst that could happen. He bites some scumbag drug dealer!
What is frustrating is they trained the poor dog for however lomg before anyone noticed at considerable cost to the tax payer. As mentioned about, the dog had proven that it had a good temperament and could be trusted. Whats the worst that could happen. He bites some scumbag drug dealer! swjoduk
  • Score: 33

2:56am Fri 11 Jul 14

nicjones says...

What a bloody joke. This dog was highly trained and doing a great job and they killed him just on his looks ... just what the Nazis did. The spokesperson knows nothing about these dogs. Pit bulls are loving, sweet, affectionate dogs and are ranked #1 for children in the US. They are the most recommended breed for kids! Even the small minority who have suffered abuse and been forced to fight are excellent, loving dogs. Pit bulls were seized from Michael Vick's fighting ring and half of them are now therapy dogs. They all live in homes with other animals and kids. Pit bulls are one of the most popular family pet in the USA and rank in the top 5 in all states, and are in the top 3 in many. Dogs who are forced to fight love people. ... they never have human aggression as they only w nt to please people and that is what people take advantage of. This stupid law needs to be repealed right away. Other countries have repealed BSL because it is ineffective, does not protect the public and only kills innocent dogs. Vote all these idiots out of office. Find out where your local politicians stand and vote those who support BSL out of office. And maybe those idiots should visit the US where tens if millions of pit bulls live as loving family pets. The RSPCA and all vets need to refuse to kill these innocent pets. They are doing what the Nazis did.
What a bloody joke. This dog was highly trained and doing a great job and they killed him just on his looks ... just what the Nazis did. The spokesperson knows nothing about these dogs. Pit bulls are loving, sweet, affectionate dogs and are ranked #1 for children in the US. They are the most recommended breed for kids! Even the small minority who have suffered abuse and been forced to fight are excellent, loving dogs. Pit bulls were seized from Michael Vick's fighting ring and half of them are now therapy dogs. They all live in homes with other animals and kids. Pit bulls are one of the most popular family pet in the USA and rank in the top 5 in all states, and are in the top 3 in many. Dogs who are forced to fight love people. ... they never have human aggression as they only w nt to please people and that is what people take advantage of. This stupid law needs to be repealed right away. Other countries have repealed BSL because it is ineffective, does not protect the public and only kills innocent dogs. Vote all these idiots out of office. Find out where your local politicians stand and vote those who support BSL out of office. And maybe those idiots should visit the US where tens if millions of pit bulls live as loving family pets. The RSPCA and all vets need to refuse to kill these innocent pets. They are doing what the Nazis did. nicjones
  • Score: 22

7:31am Fri 11 Jul 14

Anonone says...

Sorry that it took so long to find out but to all the dog lovers here it is only a dog, and a totally - in most cases - useless fashion accessory that causes huge irritation to others.
Bring back a hefty dog licence
Sorry that it took so long to find out but to all the dog lovers here it is only a dog, and a totally - in most cases - useless fashion accessory that causes huge irritation to others. Bring back a hefty dog licence Anonone
  • Score: -29

8:49am Fri 11 Jul 14

LJRandle says...

Its like Hitler and theJews reincarnated.
I guess its time to go to war !
Its like Hitler and theJews reincarnated. I guess its time to go to war ! LJRandle
  • Score: 5

8:52am Fri 11 Jul 14

LJRandle says...

Anonone wrote:
Sorry that it took so long to find out but to all the dog lovers here it is only a dog, and a totally - in most cases - useless fashion accessory that causes huge irritation to others.
Bring back a hefty dog licence
u may use harsh words but ubdo make sense. I love my dog enough to pay the fee to keep her.
[quote][p][bold]Anonone[/bold] wrote: Sorry that it took so long to find out but to all the dog lovers here it is only a dog, and a totally - in most cases - useless fashion accessory that causes huge irritation to others. Bring back a hefty dog licence[/p][/quote]u may use harsh words but ubdo make sense. I love my dog enough to pay the fee to keep her. LJRandle
  • Score: 2

8:46pm Fri 11 Jul 14

Lord Peter Toone says...

After reading this, i am utterly ashamed to be human. The law needs to be changed that these breeds are not tarnished by the same brush. This chap had another 10years plut to enjoy his life, cut short buy morons.
After reading this, i am utterly ashamed to be human. The law needs to be changed that these breeds are not tarnished by the same brush. This chap had another 10years plut to enjoy his life, cut short buy morons. Lord Peter Toone
  • Score: 9

9:51pm Fri 11 Jul 14

Miss tree 118 says...

Anonone wrote:
Sorry that it took so long to find out but to all the dog lovers here it is only a dog, and a totally - in most cases - useless fashion accessory that causes huge irritation to others.
Bring back a hefty dog licence
If you think a dog is merely a fashion accessory, you are showing that you know absolutely nothing about the wide range of skills, instincts and traits that the different breeds possess. Yes, a small percentage of toy dogs are fashion accessories, but how about... companions for the elderly, guide dogs, dogs for hearing, working dogs? Not to mention the many dogs that bind a family together through long walks, or provide children with a sense of joy and responsibility?
[quote][p][bold]Anonone[/bold] wrote: Sorry that it took so long to find out but to all the dog lovers here it is only a dog, and a totally - in most cases - useless fashion accessory that causes huge irritation to others. Bring back a hefty dog licence[/p][/quote]If you think a dog is merely a fashion accessory, you are showing that you know absolutely nothing about the wide range of skills, instincts and traits that the different breeds possess. Yes, a small percentage of toy dogs are fashion accessories, but how about... companions for the elderly, guide dogs, dogs for hearing, working dogs? Not to mention the many dogs that bind a family together through long walks, or provide children with a sense of joy and responsibility? Miss tree 118
  • Score: 10

11:36pm Fri 11 Jul 14

Anonone says...

When I wrote I knew exactly what the re-actions would be. You'll notice the all important words ' in most cases'. I accept the claims you make for useful dogs.
Where we differ is in the last paragraph. In the course of creating these family circumstances you perpetuate the attitude of love me love my dog. I don't! I hate dogs jumping on me with their filthy habits. I hate them frightening young children smaller and less boisterous/dangerous than they. I have a grown friend who has been bitten twice whilst enjoying public spaces. In both cases the owners were dismissive and in one case extremely threatening when challenged. Long Run Meadow can be a very unpleasant place to be whilst there are so many dogs being exercised off lead. Surely this area was not created for that scenario
I believe ALL dogs should be muzzled in public and on leads. If you wish to keep a dog then select one small enough to keep at home. In many cases dogs are bought in an attempt to merely increase the self esteem of the owners and pit bulldogs and staffies definitely fall into that category. Jack Russells are very aggressive and even though small can give a nasty bite and make far too much noise.
It is a well known claim that owners buy dogs that look like they do. Look around and you'll see that is true and maybe for you too.
And don't get me started on cats that may well provide comfort to owners but again should be house animals.
Basically if you wish to have a pet keep it to yourselves and don't inflict it on others who don't wish to share your addiction
When I wrote I knew exactly what the re-actions would be. You'll notice the all important words ' in most cases'. I accept the claims you make for useful dogs. Where we differ is in the last paragraph. In the course of creating these family circumstances you perpetuate the attitude of love me love my dog. I don't! I hate dogs jumping on me with their filthy habits. I hate them frightening young children smaller and less boisterous/dangerous than they. I have a grown friend who has been bitten twice whilst enjoying public spaces. In both cases the owners were dismissive and in one case extremely threatening when challenged. Long Run Meadow can be a very unpleasant place to be whilst there are so many dogs being exercised off lead. Surely this area was not created for that scenario I believe ALL dogs should be muzzled in public and on leads. If you wish to keep a dog then select one small enough to keep at home. In many cases dogs are bought in an attempt to merely increase the self esteem of the owners and pit bulldogs and staffies definitely fall into that category. Jack Russells are very aggressive and even though small can give a nasty bite and make far too much noise. It is a well known claim that owners buy dogs that look like they do. Look around and you'll see that is true and maybe for you too. And don't get me started on cats that may well provide comfort to owners but again should be house animals. Basically if you wish to have a pet keep it to yourselves and don't inflict it on others who don't wish to share your addiction Anonone
  • Score: -5

9:09am Sat 12 Jul 14

Thurza says...

Anonone wrote:
When I wrote I knew exactly what the re-actions would be. You'll notice the all important words ' in most cases'. I accept the claims you make for useful dogs.
Where we differ is in the last paragraph. In the course of creating these family circumstances you perpetuate the attitude of love me love my dog. I don't! I hate dogs jumping on me with their filthy habits. I hate them frightening young children smaller and less boisterous/dangerous than they. I have a grown friend who has been bitten twice whilst enjoying public spaces. In both cases the owners were dismissive and in one case extremely threatening when challenged. Long Run Meadow can be a very unpleasant place to be whilst there are so many dogs being exercised off lead. Surely this area was not created for that scenario
I believe ALL dogs should be muzzled in public and on leads. If you wish to keep a dog then select one small enough to keep at home. In many cases dogs are bought in an attempt to merely increase the self esteem of the owners and pit bulldogs and staffies definitely fall into that category. Jack Russells are very aggressive and even though small can give a nasty bite and make far too much noise.
It is a well known claim that owners buy dogs that look like they do. Look around and you'll see that is true and maybe for you too.
And don't get me started on cats that may well provide comfort to owners but again should be house animals.
Basically if you wish to have a pet keep it to yourselves and don't inflict it on others who don't wish to share your addiction
I am also not a Dog lover but I still stand by my first comment. I also think a lot of Humans should be 'house animals' !
[quote][p][bold]Anonone[/bold] wrote: When I wrote I knew exactly what the re-actions would be. You'll notice the all important words ' in most cases'. I accept the claims you make for useful dogs. Where we differ is in the last paragraph. In the course of creating these family circumstances you perpetuate the attitude of love me love my dog. I don't! I hate dogs jumping on me with their filthy habits. I hate them frightening young children smaller and less boisterous/dangerous than they. I have a grown friend who has been bitten twice whilst enjoying public spaces. In both cases the owners were dismissive and in one case extremely threatening when challenged. Long Run Meadow can be a very unpleasant place to be whilst there are so many dogs being exercised off lead. Surely this area was not created for that scenario I believe ALL dogs should be muzzled in public and on leads. If you wish to keep a dog then select one small enough to keep at home. In many cases dogs are bought in an attempt to merely increase the self esteem of the owners and pit bulldogs and staffies definitely fall into that category. Jack Russells are very aggressive and even though small can give a nasty bite and make far too much noise. It is a well known claim that owners buy dogs that look like they do. Look around and you'll see that is true and maybe for you too. And don't get me started on cats that may well provide comfort to owners but again should be house animals. Basically if you wish to have a pet keep it to yourselves and don't inflict it on others who don't wish to share your addiction[/p][/quote]I am also not a Dog lover but I still stand by my first comment. I also think a lot of Humans should be 'house animals' ! Thurza
  • Score: 1

9:52am Sat 12 Jul 14

Diziie says...

Anonone, Your comments are purely ludicrous, how you can have these views are beyond me, you clearly have unresolved issues with general life that you need to get sorted and fast, and to be honest from your comments about dogs, cats and then even humans I think most people would agree all dogs and cats should be allowed out and people like you should be kept inside out of the way, it's people like you that are wrong with this world, making arguments where there isn't one, how you can think its fine to comment about how animals should live is wrong and if done your way would violate animal rights, in future why don't you keep your thoughts to yourself and comment on something that you have more intelligence about and also where the whole country doesn't think your a scumbag.
Anonone, Your comments are purely ludicrous, how you can have these views are beyond me, you clearly have unresolved issues with general life that you need to get sorted and fast, and to be honest from your comments about dogs, cats and then even humans I think most people would agree all dogs and cats should be allowed out and people like you should be kept inside out of the way, it's people like you that are wrong with this world, making arguments where there isn't one, how you can think its fine to comment about how animals should live is wrong and if done your way would violate animal rights, in future why don't you keep your thoughts to yourself and comment on something that you have more intelligence about and also where the whole country doesn't think your a scumbag. Diziie
  • Score: -3

11:10am Sat 12 Jul 14

Anonone says...

Thurza. agree with your first effort before the comma and all of your last effort

Diziie. Hmm I think you are the one with problems and show your true light in the last sentence where, not only do you dare to speak for the whole country, you are very rude. No wait a minute there is only one, sort of, sentence

I am not on my own as you suggest. Do you know what I am even backed by the Law, which you clearly have no truck with, and the debate goes on about it's extent, practicality, penalties and adherence

When a dog owner has threatened to kill you, because you ask him to restrain his equally aggressive dog, you may be forgiven for taking a different view. Police investigating. These occurrences in sleepy rural Taunton are becoming more and more frequent

There are even animal lovers out there that realise they have responsibilities to the greater population, including children, but not enough

My comment about dogs looking like owners is worth studying if only for amusement

Whilst my contribution is from the heart I also enjoy being Devil's Advocate, it can be quite enlightening. I shall continue to comment on matters that interest and annoy me, or infringe on my far more important HUMAN rights to walk the streets without being bitten, slobbered on or covered in faeces

Bring back a hefty licence, with exceptions for licenced public service dogs. Perhaps this will reduce the quantity
Thurza. agree with your first effort before the comma and all of your last effort Diziie. Hmm I think you are the one with problems and show your true light in the last sentence where, not only do you dare to speak for the whole country, you are very rude. No wait a minute there is only one, sort of, sentence I am not on my own as you suggest. Do you know what I am even backed by the Law, which you clearly have no truck with, and the debate goes on about it's extent, practicality, penalties and adherence When a dog owner has threatened to kill you, because you ask him to restrain his equally aggressive dog, you may be forgiven for taking a different view. Police investigating. These occurrences in sleepy rural Taunton are becoming more and more frequent There are even animal lovers out there that realise they have responsibilities to the greater population, including children, but not enough My comment about dogs looking like owners is worth studying if only for amusement Whilst my contribution is from the heart I also enjoy being Devil's Advocate, it can be quite enlightening. I shall continue to comment on matters that interest and annoy me, or infringe on my far more important HUMAN rights to walk the streets without being bitten, slobbered on or covered in faeces Bring back a hefty licence, with exceptions for licenced public service dogs. Perhaps this will reduce the quantity Anonone
  • Score: 1

3:00pm Sat 12 Jul 14

Miss tree 118 says...

Antonine, I always try to see someone else's perspective and respect their opinion, but despite using terms like 'in many cases' you are still massively generalising. You appear to hate animals so my suggestion for you would be to take your opinions and move somewhere without animals....perhaps another planet!?

I was an extremely boisterous child who seemed to excite dogs, and was bitten once myself. That didn't make me hate dogs, because even at primary school age I was able to understand that not all are the same and I actually learnt from the experience. I have only recently become a dog lover, because I have been taught by my wonderful pet that not all dogs will rush up to you, many can be very obedient.

I adopted my first dog, a year ago. He is a rescue staffy and no, I did not buy him because he looks like me ( a very bizarre theory in my eyes, paralleling freud's Oedipus complex.) yes, I have a staffy but I live in a nice house in a rural location and I am educated to post-grad level. I HATE the reputation that these breeds have, but it is nothing more than stigma. I walk my dog for at least an hour every day and we rarely see the public, so should he be muzzled? Or be banned for being dangerous? I wouldn't have considered rehousing him if I lived in a flat in the centre of taunton but not to please people like you, because that wouldn't have been fair to him.

Who are you to cast opinions on why people buy dogs and how they look after them, when this is an area you clearly know nothing about? I feel nothing but pity for you, as unlike the rest of us you are missing the many moments of joy that a four-legged friend provides every day.
Antonine, I always try to see someone else's perspective and respect their opinion, but despite using terms like 'in many cases' you are still massively generalising. You appear to hate animals so my suggestion for you would be to take your opinions and move somewhere without animals....perhaps another planet!? I was an extremely boisterous child who seemed to excite dogs, and was bitten once myself. That didn't make me hate dogs, because even at primary school age I was able to understand that not all are the same and I actually learnt from the experience. I have only recently become a dog lover, because I have been taught by my wonderful pet that not all dogs will rush up to you, many can be very obedient. I adopted my first dog, a year ago. He is a rescue staffy and no, I did not buy him because he looks like me ( a very bizarre theory in my eyes, paralleling freud's Oedipus complex.) yes, I have a staffy but I live in a nice house in a rural location and I am educated to post-grad level. I HATE the reputation that these breeds have, but it is nothing more than stigma. I walk my dog for at least an hour every day and we rarely see the public, so should he be muzzled? Or be banned for being dangerous? I wouldn't have considered rehousing him if I lived in a flat in the centre of taunton but not to please people like you, because that wouldn't have been fair to him. Who are you to cast opinions on why people buy dogs and how they look after them, when this is an area you clearly know nothing about? I feel nothing but pity for you, as unlike the rest of us you are missing the many moments of joy that a four-legged friend provides every day. Miss tree 118
  • Score: 4

3:43pm Sat 12 Jul 14

Anonone says...

I have many two legged friends and used to love my guinea pigs, budgerigar and hamster as a child. They did not harm anyone else.
I have long since understood you can't get through to dog lovers but they're worth reminding every so often that others don't share their enthusiasm and also reading their reactions is entertaining
Don't pity me I don't need it.
You have some valid points. Well done with your irrelevant educational merit, and your more pertinent dog training expertise
Wish everyone was as self satisfied and talented as you. I should ask others as to whether you look like the staffy. Maybe you don't but IT IS a popular - not in your case of course - observation
I have many two legged friends and used to love my guinea pigs, budgerigar and hamster as a child. They did not harm anyone else. I have long since understood you can't get through to dog lovers but they're worth reminding every so often that others don't share their enthusiasm and also reading their reactions is entertaining Don't pity me I don't need it. You have some valid points. Well done with your irrelevant educational merit, and your more pertinent dog training expertise Wish everyone was as self satisfied and talented as you. I should ask others as to whether you look like the staffy. Maybe you don't but IT IS a popular - not in your case of course - observation Anonone
  • Score: -4

11:59pm Sat 12 Jul 14

Anonone says...

'Miss Tree' sorry is that a pen name for mystery or something to do with dogs habits
A quick Google will bring up many sites offering opinions on dog/owner look alikes. Here are a couple to substantiate my views.

http://www.psycholog
ytoday.com/blog/cani
ne-corner/201308/do-
dogs-look-their-owne
rs

http://www.petcentri
c.com/11-11-2013/why
-dogs-look-like-thei
r-owners

Look around you and Oh I forgot you rarely see the public. Since you live in that rural retreat you will possibly have failed to notice the burgeoning number of dogs that are taking over pavements and public parks, nor the decline in control.
Plus for an insight to your cuddly pet's possible behaviour
http://www.mirror.co
.uk/news/uk-news/dog
-attack-dad-tells-ho
w-3449276
Put aside the rose tints and think of others
'Miss Tree' sorry is that a pen name for mystery or something to do with dogs habits A quick Google will bring up many sites offering opinions on dog/owner look alikes. Here are a couple to substantiate my views. http://www.psycholog ytoday.com/blog/cani ne-corner/201308/do- dogs-look-their-owne rs http://www.petcentri c.com/11-11-2013/why -dogs-look-like-thei r-owners Look around you and Oh I forgot you rarely see the public. Since you live in that rural retreat you will possibly have failed to notice the burgeoning number of dogs that are taking over pavements and public parks, nor the decline in control. Plus for an insight to your cuddly pet's possible behaviour http://www.mirror.co .uk/news/uk-news/dog -attack-dad-tells-ho w-3449276 Put aside the rose tints and think of others Anonone
  • Score: -6

7:07pm Sun 13 Jul 14

records2475702gaz says...

That is what happens when the RSPCA get involved. They have just taken over our well run centre. Mount Noddy Animal centre Chichester. Sacked all the hard working Non paid trustees. Cancelled all fund raising. we had been fund raisers for 35 years. Very rarely did we put down animals only on the rare occasions where they had been so ill treated and would have been cruel to make them suffer more.
That is what happens when the RSPCA get involved. They have just taken over our well run centre. Mount Noddy Animal centre Chichester. Sacked all the hard working Non paid trustees. Cancelled all fund raising. we had been fund raisers for 35 years. Very rarely did we put down animals only on the rare occasions where they had been so ill treated and would have been cruel to make them suffer more. records2475702gaz
  • Score: 1

3:31pm Mon 14 Jul 14

steve_york says...

madness! and down right rotten in one sense, at least it isnt a rediculous story from the city council for a change! RIP Tyson...
madness! and down right rotten in one sense, at least it isnt a rediculous story from the city council for a change! RIP Tyson... steve_york
  • Score: 1
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