Comments on California Pet Spay-Neuter Bill Moves Forward

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Mindy   Somewhere, AS

7/21/2009 7:38:58 AM

It's not as easy as it seems. This has PETA written all over it. These people are radical people who want to end all dog ownership. Watch your step, CA legislation.

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Steve   Beverly Hills, CA

7/10/2009 4:23:53 PM

This bill is funded by PETA, an organization that makes millions from executing dogs and cats. The goal is to exterminate all dog and cat life from the planet and for PETA to make a hundreds of millions from the massacre. Check out PETA's previous run ins with the law, where it took in pets for adoption and executed and dumped the puppies in trash bins within a couple of hours of receipt of the adoptable pets. PETA has a 97% kill rate.

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laura   salt lake city, UT

7/9/2009 2:40:21 PM

This is an anti purebred law that also hurts participants in agility and flyball who want to wait until the growth plates have closed before getting their dog fixed. Especially for those who want to participate in dog sports this is a bad law. When a dog is fixed at under 6 months, its hormones are gone so their growth rate is abnormal. This is bad for dog sports. It will hurt a dog if you jump it if its growth plates have closed abnormally!!

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Christina   Wylie, TX

7/7/2009 6:39:49 PM

Oh No, for those of you who are for this law, I don't think you understand correctly. This is PETA's doing, though they say otherwise, their dream is to make the domestic dog and all other domestic animals go into extinction! Anyone can leave their dog intact (exxpecially people who don't abide the law) The people who will spay/nueter dogs after this law are the responsible people. Puppy Mills will still go on underground and the dogs will be in even worse condition because they are trying to hide it while good breeders get kicked out because they abide the law!

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Galadriel   Lothlorien, ME

7/6/2009 10:57:06 PM

I am absolutely against this law. I may want to breed my dog and there are many health benefits for larger breeds to wait until they're a year old before neutering or spaying.


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Denise   Omaha, NE

7/6/2009 7:07:14 PM

I don't see how anyone could agree with the idea of the government telling us what to do with our pets. those folks who are careless don't follow standard laws now--why would they pay attention to this one? this punishes those who want to do dog sports and want to wait for the bone plates to fuse before we neuter. additionally this is clearly an anti-purebred law and hurts those that breed purebreds.

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karen   little rock, AR

7/6/2009 7:02:07 PM

great idea

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sc   ov, AZ

7/6/2009 2:53:44 PM

GREAT! i do hope it passes..too many people not being responsible with their pets..

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D   Indy, IN

7/6/2009 12:39:24 PM


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Joshua   San Francisco, CA

7/6/2009 12:30:15 PM

I hope it passes. I've seen many dog owners with mixed breed animals saying "I just want my dog to have the experience of one litter, then I'll spay her". They have no fing clue what they're doing.


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lala   Salinas, CA

7/6/2009 9:31:32 AM

I also think this is good. I see to many pregnant dogs from people that dont know what they are doing

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Jenn   Wheaton, IL

7/6/2009 8:56:44 AM

I agree w/Shelly.

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Shelly B   Lancaster, CA

7/6/2009 8:48:09 AM

I think it can be a good law, it will protect pets from having a litter that their owners can't deal with. Sounds good and reasonable.

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julie   lewiston, ME

7/6/2009 7:50:09 AM

Interesting article

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