Firm supporter of aggressive dog rules

Congratulations on passing new rules and regulations for the ownership of aggressive dogs.

Firm supporter of aggressive dog rules

[North Cowichan] Mayor and council:

Congratulations on passing new rules and regulations for the ownership of aggressive dogs.

I am the past president and founder of the Cowichan SPCA as well as past president of West Vancouver SPCA and past chair of PR for BC SPCA.

I have been a firm supporter of such regulations for years.

I wrote a letter to the Citizen, which was puplished Oct. 6, 2017, titled “You can’t totally take the breed out of the dog”. This letter went viral and was even supported by PETA.

I never received one negative response.

Please Google the letter up under Pit Bull Marsha Todd.

Marsha Todd

Cowichan Valley

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