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- No1, Mark, we are not freaks. We love animals. You talk about human suffering, it's the humans that cause all the trouble. If you can call them human. The horrible things that they do to animals, just because they can, the humans are bigger than the animals, so they can do it and get away with it alot of the time. If you were chained by the neck, in 100 degree or -10 degree weather and stuck in a old dog house for years and years, left out in the rain and snow or the hot sun, and maybe fed slop, once a day, we'd see what you think about it then. I'm sure that you would change you mind. You'd give any thing for a warm bed, a cool house, some good food, a bath, and some affection. So until you've lived even 1 day of what life is like for them, I don't care what you think.
- You idiots make me sick...just more government intrusion…I don’t need a law to tell me how to take care of my dog…
How about we end the Human suffering First ! Then we’ll worry about the Dogs..!
- that's a great law and really should be enacted on a national basis......
- Even dogs who are left outside during the day while the owners are at work but are not tethered become territorial and aggressive and usually bark constantly. I would have like to have seen this ordinance go further, but it's a start.
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