Comments on County Delays Cat, Dog Spay-Neuter Law

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Norm   idk, AS

7/1/2009 12:18:43 PM

pet over population is fake. ukc did a study and almost all of the "facts" of pet overpopulation are either made up or quoted from another animal rights overpopulation. there are more people than animals; why not get your kid fixed and see how that goes?

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Dani   Cameron Pk., CA

4/7/2009 10:43:44 AM

Without mandatory Spay/Neuter laws, things are not likely to change, and we know too many animals are currently being euthanized. The laws are needed, but so are easily accessible, very low, or no cost, spay/neuter clinics. The money shelters will save by housing and euthanizing fewer animals, could go toward providing very inexpensive altering of pets. How about $5.00 or $10.00 maximum? If one can afford to feed ones pet, then this should not be a difficult amount to spend on a spay or neuter. Licensing for Breeders is also needed. However, they should not be too Pricey, or come with unreasonable requirements. Perhaps then they wouldn't be so strongly against mandatory spay/neuter laws. As for assuming there will no longer be mixed breeds available, that's nonsense, since it will be impossible to keep ALL animals from interbreeding. This law would simply help, not solve overpopulation, but anything in that direction is a good thing!

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Louise   Hinton, WV

5/27/2008 8:52:13 AM

If only breeders will be able to produce puppies then there will no longer be "mutt" breeds. Inbreeding of pedigrees will create sickness and the proliferation of genetic problems and the demise of domestic dogs and cats. I agree that there is a serious problem with overpopulation and negligent owners but is this really the solution? How about pregnancy permits for all dog owners. Please do NOT restrict the dog and cat population to PEDIGREES ONLY. What are we, dog nazis??

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Louise   Hinton, WV

5/27/2008 8:51:13 AM

If only breeders will be able to produce puppies then there will no longer be "mutt" breeds. Inbreeding of pedigrees will create sickness and the proliferation of genetic problems and the demise of domestic dogs and cats. I agree that there is a serious problem with overpopulation and negligent owners but is this really the solution? How about pregnancy permits for all dog owners. Please do NOT restrict the dog and cat population to PEDIGREES ONLY. What are we, dog nazis??

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Danielle   Bartlesville, OK

5/11/2008 7:46:15 PM

interesting

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frances   proctorville, OH

5/11/2008 10:58:55 AM

good

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LaLa   salinas, CA

5/10/2008 10:35:31 PM

I so agree there is just to many animals that do not have homes and have to be put down and those puppy mills have to be stop and there is so many that breed to make money I myself have rescued three girls from the street abuse.Educate is another way to stop all the craziness

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Danielle   Bartlesville, OK

5/10/2008 8:25:08 PM

interesting

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Karen   Standish, ME

5/10/2008 7:50:55 PM

I agree that all pets should be spay/neuter except those special reasons as listed. We also need to help raise money to support such programs!

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bertha   SAN DIEGO, CA

5/10/2008 6:31:35 PM

that is good, more time according with the inflation, is a good thing.

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Jennifer   Madras, OR

5/10/2008 6:06:53 PM

great article

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Mary   Battle Creek, MI

5/10/2008 10:45:20 AM

That's good!

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Sunnie   Spring Lake, NC

5/10/2008 9:38:24 AM

sounds like a "good" idea on paper...too many variables, and could be the start of that old "slippery slope" where government legisilates everything in your life! AND, are they going to insure the costs are reasonable and stay low? This is a perfect area for ripping off pet owners by overcharging for the procedures!

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Jane   Amherst, MA

5/10/2008 5:45:33 AM

That is really neat! I used to live in Santa Barbara.

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