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Sunday 21-08-05

The RSPCA’s general policy (page 10) on animal management does NOT support the extension of BSL.


Why do Queensland Councils continue to restrict more breeds?

Read the NSW Government report (page 2,3,5,7,10, 12...) that states clearly BSL does NOT work.


Why is the government ignoring its own report?

Ipswich council (page 1) states that:
"MYTH: Only certain breeds of dogs will attack people.
NOT TRUE: Any age, breed, sex and size of dog may bite..."


So why are so many other Queensland councils restricting so many breeds?

 
Don't understand?

Sometimes it seems like the government and some media are trying to encourage fear? If they can convince enough uneducated people that certain breeds are to blame, they don't have to do the hard things like;

1) School based education for kids (many dog bites occur at home),

2) Public awareness campaign's on responsible dog ownership,

3) Putting the blame where it should be. Tougher penalties for people who keep aggressive dogs.

 

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"Should the pit bull breed of dogs be outlawed??"
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Are you sick of people looking at your breed of dog in fear because politicians and the media are saying things like;

"We want to breed these dogs out of existence,"

"They are killing machines on a leash."

"These breeds don't belong in our community"


Well worry no longer, Attachchi will be making disguises for all the so called 'dangerous breeds'. Now you can go to the park with your kids and your dog (like you have been doing for years), without the worry of people thinking you are a bad parent. All our Invisible Breed Products™ are currently FREE to to responsible dog owners.

Ultra Poodle Disguise Kit for Dobermans™

 

Kit includes;

- 'Tibet' fake fur pieces (4 ankle pieces, one body piece, head piece and tail attachment)
- Safe suit fitting method statement and instructions.
- High Quality duct tape
- Under harness
- Black face paint (safe for dogs)

Doberman into a Poodle

(more kits available at bottom of page)

> > Instructions < <

doberman smelling
1) Unwrap your kit, let your dog sniff everything.

 

doberman strap
2) Fit the under harness to your dog, adjust the straps to suit.

doberman tags
3) Put some duct tape tags onto the harness

 

doberman padding
4) Put some padding on top and tape it to the tabs

staple layers
5) Lay the fur out and staple padding to it

 

duct tape staples
6) Put tape over the staples to avoid injury

extra duct tape
7) Put some extra duct tape on

 

place over doberman
8) Place it over your dog

 

doberman padding
9) Add some padding if required, tape flaps into place

doberman foot
10) Line up foot with 'special foot insertion device'

doberman foot?
11) Place the ankle piece on the foot

now poodle foot
12) Remove the 'special foot insertion device' and fluff up the ankle pieces

 

doberman look like sheep?
13) Put the hat on your dogs head

doberman in coat
14) Take your dog outside and paint it black
(use face paint supplied, safe for dogs)

 

15) Done!

doberman disguise as poodle

Oh what a lovely Dog!

My dog was not harmed during the 'poodle fitting' process. Yesterday was red nose day and she ate my SIDS teddy bear, so my actions today are justified!

RIP little SIDS bear

RIP little bear

25-06-05

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Breed Specific Legislation (BSL) now restricts over 10 different breeds in some parts of Queensland. These breeds are heavily restricted and are automatically considered dangerous. Legislation allows seize and destruction powers against these breeds.

Breeds include Anatolian Shepherds, Bull Mastiffs, Dobermans, German Shepherds, Great Danes, Greyhounds, Maremmas, Neapolitan Mastiffs, Pitbull Terriers, Rhodesian Ridgebacks, and Rottweilers. More breeds may be added if nothing is done.

Please list your organisation or business if it does not support
Breed Specific Legislation.

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Laws restricting Dangerous Dogs are good.

Laws restricting whole Breeds of Dog who have done nothing wrong are bad.

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The idea is to raise awareness, so if you copy stuff, you must mention at least 6 of the other 10 breeds that are automatically declared dangerous under some Queensland Council Local Laws:

Anatolian Shepherds, Bull Mastiffs, Dobermans, German Shepherds, Great Danes, Greyhounds, Maremmas, Neapolitan Mastiffs, Rhodesian Ridgebacks, and Rottweilers.

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