Comments on California Mandatory Spay-Neuter Bill Advances

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Isobella   Nashville, TN

9/14/2009 5:20:33 PM

This is a magnificent law!! It would cut out backyard breeders, puppy mills ,reduce the number of animals in shelters and restrict and ( hopefully !) inspect the remaining breeders. Spaying and neutering can be safely done as early as 9 weeks and should be done by six months ,before sexual maturity. My dogs were done at five months,four months and three months. No problems!

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Sheila   Maima, FL

1/21/2009 6:48:14 AM

Using the law to force morality on us is not the way. There are so many small but caring breeders who will be out of business from this. We cannot mandate right and wrong in this way. It is an infringement on our right to privacy and to operate our lives. There is no insult to others here. We do need to encourage people to spay and neuter, I agree but the law is not the way to do it.

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JP   Horn Lake, MS

7/17/2008 8:57:07 AM

I love
I think it is a great
The only people that will be griping about this is backyard breeders, and we dont need those people anyway!

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Sandy   Ponca City, OK

3/6/2008 2:24:51 PM

I applaud the people supporting the mandatory spay/neuter bill in California. The number of good dogs and cats euthanized on a nation-wide basis is nothing short of horrific. If people were more responsible pet owners these steps would not need to be taken....however those of us involved with local humane societies and rescue groups know all too well that the animals end up paying with their lives because irresponsible owners refuse to get their animals

I would hope this is but one of many states that will address this problem with legislation AND ENFORCEMENT.

It is our hope that Oklahoma will also address this problem in the near future.

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Anna   Hartford, CT

11/24/2007 8:21:59 PM

I think it is a great Law ,just it should be more for back yard Breeder more toucher laws ,if you want to breed you must have the right Kennels inspected and pay a 1000 Dollar fee every year, the only way we can stop killing all this unwanted Animals,to many Dogs and Cats are been breed sensle


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Jen   Raleigh, NC

6/28/2007 6:34:04 AM

YES! As an owner of a dog and a cat who works to rescue and adopt animals from the county shelter, this law is GREAT! 500,000+ animals in California, alone, pay for the irresponsibility of humans. If persons think fixing the animal is too expensive, they shouldn't own the animal, especially since there are low-cost programs out there. This needs to be passed in EVERY state.

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Donna   Kona, HI

6/10/2007 9:48:28 AM

Not in favor at all. Whats next regulating who we marry or how many children we have....its frankly the wrong approach to control the problem.

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Jordan   Selma, CA

6/9/2007 10:41:23 AM

This is bogus the people who put "The California Healthy Pets Act" should be spayed and neutered.Get out of my backyard California State Law.Spayed and neutered dogs are worthless.Pure bull-ogna. SCAM SCAM SCAM dont fall for this false attempt to do anygood.Get out of my backyard get out of my pocket.

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Renee   Lake Elsinore, CA

5/30/2007 11:17:32 PM

This bill is just a crazy as saying young girls should wear chasity belts because the abortion rate is up or saying welfare reciepients must be made sterle or just because society is showing a decline in morals we should all only have one child and stay home and parent it (no working mom's). Where do you want the governments infringments on our rights to stop? Think about the can of worms this would be opening.

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Jessica   Endicott, NY

5/28/2007 7:28:37 PM

Honestly I wish all state would pass this bill. At least it would cut down the overpopulation problems and maybe even stop breeders and Non-breeders from breeding and raising dogs to use in fighting.


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Sharon   Talihina, OK

5/25/2007 8:05:40 PM

Unfortunately I do have to agree with this bill. There are way to many animals destoryed each year from dogs running loose and breeding. Something has to give. Our town has put in affect a leash law but when I call the police to get a dog I have seen hit by a car, they say there is nothing they can do and they ignore the situation. Why have this law when they do not intend to inforce it.

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Merissa   Richmond, CA

5/25/2007 3:28:28 PM

Thank God!!! Ive been waiting for this miracle, I hope it passes!!

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