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No more than three dogs please

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Dog owners in the Kootenay-Boundary region are not happy with new legislation proposed by their regional district.

The by-law would restrict people to three dogs per household and it also imposes fines for owners of noisy dogs.

It also labels all pitbull breeds as vicious, regardless of whether they have bitten anyone.
Kathy Novokshonoff is a dog trainer in Grand Forks and we also hear from Elaine Kumar, a director with the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary.

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