No. However, police dogs do not have a regular salary and they have to use their training to get paid.
Who protects the police dogs?
Police dogs are protected by the Animal Welfare Act 2009. This Act provides that:
If the owner dies or if the dog becomes so injured as to be unfit for work, it can be destroyed by the keeper of the dog.
The owner must be given six weeks’ notice if the dog is to be destroyed.
The keeper must notify the council and/or a rescue organisation.
If the dog is not destroyed as requested, it must be surrendered to the local authority.
In certain circumstances, if the dog has been badly injured or if the council is considering removing the dog from the area, the guardian, guardian’s spouse or de facto partner may be asked to take on ownership, keeping the dog but not taking any liability for the dog’s injury.
“They can’t just ignore it.”
In the past few days we’ve heard multiple times from people who have experienced a “whiteout” when trying to access some websites. The phenomenon can happen in any location across the United States and Canada with the same story: Internet down. Internet service provider (ISP) internet service shut down. People unable to access their local area ISP (internet access provider) at home as the ISP network goes down.
One Internet blackout we witnessed last night in Montreal is one example of what to expect when there is an Internet outage. Montrealers experienced what they have come to expect everytime there is an outage in their city. What does this mean for you? Internet, phone and other communications services remain crippled in Montreal because of a “white out”.
Here are some tips to help you prepare for the possibility of an outage and deal with the problems associated with not having access online.
Stay informed: If you are affected by an Internet outage in Montreal, or anywhere in the country, you can stay informed about a disruption by keeping up with the news, and following the Internet outage updates on twitter and Facebook. Follow @TeleCanada on twitter to keep abreast of updates when there were disruptions. Follow @Quebec.ca on Twitter.
Stay up-to-date: Be patient if you see a change in power or signal. This isn’t the normal way Internet or phone connections are connected, and the longer that service is out. If you can’t access your work computer or other devices from
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