We do not share petitions, not because we don’t care but because we don’t want to mislead people viewing the page that they can be produced at court to support registration; the reason being that the signatories on a petition most likely do not know the owner or the dog personally and therefore can do little by way of satisfying the court that the owner is fit and proper or the dog doesn’t pose a danger to public. We would always advise that owners get individual letters written by people who know and interact with them and their dog in order to put those forward as supporting evidence.
Thank you for your understanding

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