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Help we have a 5 yr old rott and the community we live in has now said we must get rid of him becaus

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  • Richard AtchesonRichard Atcheson Northern USAPosts: 3,570Member
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    Much of it depends on the specific laws where you live. If you can't find out what the law is, you may need to consult a lawyer. While most of us oppose laws banning specific breeds, none of us are lawyers or know the law where you live. Everything depends on what the law really is.
  • Madison BowerMadison Bower Posts: 58Member
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    Just say you got rid off him when you really didnt. Thats what i would do.
  • DeaDea NHPosts: 7,176Member ✭✭✭
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    I would consult a lawyer. In the mean time, I would get him CGC, (Canine Good Citizen) certified. Most shelters or the SPCA offer classes. Unless there are specific laws against the breed, they would have a harder time making you get rid of him. The course is about 6 weeks long. Be prepared to work hard to get him certified. If you love him and want to keep him, the work is worth it. Good Luck!
  • Mike BrownellMike Brownell Ann ArborPosts: 202Member
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    I agree with Kali. Getting the CGC certification will go along way toward proving to your community leaders that your dog is not only not a threat, but a model citizen. My rottie is taking his CGC test tomorrow! It's definitely been a lot of work, but it's been fun and is well worth it!
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