Tarzan Mama of Two
Join Date: Oct 2003
Location: The land down under!
I'm with Jade on this one. I know our local rspca does this, amongst other tests. They are way overloaded and their thoughts on it are 'unfortunately we can't save them all and we will do our best to re-home the ones we know will make loving pets, we don't to see them back cause they bit.' While it's not the best thing ever, I can kind of understand why they do it for. The rspca here has other tests as well and if it just doesn't pass that one they just state 'not to be homed with small children' and 'needs to be booked into training before leaving.' The small child one is to prevent a child from sticking their hand in, not understanding what it means!
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