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Tuesday 12 September 2017 | Written by Chris Taylor | Published in Local

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Dog checks move to Takitumu, few owners paying registration
As the third and remaining district to be checked by the dog control offi cer gets underway in Takitumu, the Cook Islands Police Service is facing little option but to step up its eff orts to enforce the law relating to dog ownership rules. 17091111

Dogs in the Takitumu district are now under the spotlight from the Cook Islands Police Service.

Dogs in the Takitumu district are now under the spotlight from the Cook Islands Police Service.


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