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Dog fight back in court

David Smith has taken his dog fight with the regional district back to the courtroom after negotiations over his pooch's release collapsed last week. The Peachland man hired a Vancouver lawyer to appeal a provincial court decision that confirms Diesel as a dangerous dog. The ruling permits the district's dog-control service to destroy Diesel, a seven-year-old Labrador cross that has spent nearly two years in the pound. Lawyers will argue for two days before B.C. Supreme Court Justice Geoff Barrow decides whether to overturn the lower-court ruling. Smith said he refused to accept the district's settlement offer because it requires him to adopt out the dog to an anonymous owner outside the Cen

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