This story is so common that it would shock the average SPCA supporter. They sell dogs that they say have passed their test and then when the dogs are dangerous, at least in the hands of the person they sold the dog to, then the SPCA refuses to take the dog back or threatens to kill it if it's returned or actually does kill it. On the other hand, they kill dogs that have 'failed' their test even when more compassionate employees say that it is the test that has failed the dog. Think Cheech.
Remember Cheech? The SPCA wanted Cheech killed even though the puppy had never bitten anyone and was loved by staff and volunteers. So the SPCA made sure that Cheech failed its test (he had already passed his first test so the SPCA bosses made sure he 'failed' a second test) so that it could tell anyone with the effrontry to question the noble SPCA as to why they killed a loving puppy... that it was the puppy's own fault!
That brutal bs'ing bullying was the final straw for some of the bravest animal lovers in BC. They stole Cheech from their bosses while TV cameras rolled.
Does anyone think that the SPCA still isn't killing animals innocent of any crime but needing some time and money given to them?