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Old 21-02-2007, 15:02   #6
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If an animal is many generations removed from the wolf ancestor and is essentially indistinguishable from a domestic dog in appearance and behaviour, then a local authority might conceivably choose to exercise discretion and regard it as a domestic dog, but this will of course have to be decided by them and not the owner.
Al last DEFRA openly provided the reason of the SH and CSV ban in the UK! Saarloses and CSVs simply look too wolfish for British clerks to be able to distinguish them from pure wolves. Maybe a short kynological training for a few people in the UK would finally solve the problem?
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