Wild dog crackdown on Tsuu T'ina reserve nets one captured canine
A much-hyped effort to round up packs of wild dogs Saturday on the Tsuu T'ina reserve southwest of Calgary resulted in only a single canine being captured - an unexpectedly small number, but a success nonetheless, according to a band spokesperson.
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#1 Feb 18, 2013
Natives cannot look after themselves.They should not be allowed to have dogs that they cannot look after.It must be that extra welfare money they get for their dogs.
#2 Feb 19, 2013
...PLEASE START...Planting 'lush' Gardens,near the Reserve houses...eh....(+)..
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