Unleashed dogs attacking chickens

Duncan – Re: Dog owners no respect To all you irresponsible dog owners. I am sick and tired of people who feel they can let their dogs run wild on the Trans Canada Trail near the Kinsol Trestle.

Over the last four years we have had numerous attacks on our chickens and goat because people pay no attention to the signs at each gate stating all dogs must be leashed, but just let their dogs run wild.

We are senior citizens trying to make a few dollars by having chickens, therefore we sell free range eggs and our hens are bing attacked in our yard and chicken coop.

The CVRD needs to enlarge their signage regarding this matter.

Marlene Spaeth

Duncan

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