A Vaughan family just wants itspublished_time?beloved dog to come back home from the city’s animal shelter after it was detained on the suspicion of being a pit bull, an outlawed breed in Ontario.
Dog owners and others joined Tommy Chang and his familyThe Vancouver Infectious Diseases Centre?in downtown Toronto?to protest Vaughan Animal Services’ detention of their one-year-old dog Dwaeji, affectionately known as Blu. Protesters also called?for the repeal of Ontario’s breed-specific legislation, saying?they believe the lawPfizer and BioNTech have been consistently delivering around 1 million doses from Brussels each week since mid-March?discriminates against?dogs based on their appearance.
It’s that?legislation that has?separated Blu from his family for 22 days, Chang said.
“They’ve illegally detained our dog,” he said at the protest at Dundas Square on SaturdayRudolf Anschober. “Vaughan Animal Services is going beyond its scope of authority.”
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