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Monday, July 02, 2007

Voting on AB 1634

Hey everyone.
The bill has been rewritten as of 27 June 2007.
Please read the bill. Supporters and opposition both.

Well bred dogs are normally tested when they are two or three years old and older to attain certifications that show they are free of such things as hip dysplasia and health defects BEFORE being bred.

Previously I believed that no one who truly loves pets wants to intentionally support the breeding of defective dogs. Certainly not advocates of Healthy Pets. Of course not.

Smell the coffee. Things HAVE changed!
As of 27 June, however, ALL Supporters of AB1634 -- every single one of them, are now truly advocates for breeding immature and untested dogs. This is because the bill as now written, specifies that intact PERMITS cannot be renewed after one year. The wording on this is more than clear. There is no renewal and there's allowance to allow someone to test for qualifications before the animal is bred. Advocates have been told for MONTHS now that the quality of an animal cannot be ascertained at 4 months or 6 months, which is the current mandated decision deadline - and this pretty much seals the deal.

Many breeds are not considered mature until two years and older. Vets and other people who REALLY are concerned about pets realize that official health tests cannot be done on breeding animals before maturity.

What has not changed... AB 1634 advocates endorse puppy mills which have been exempt since day one of this bill. Advocates have endorsed this for MONTHS now so this isn't news.

And now, they can be proud that not only do they endorse sexual mutilation of immature dogs and cats but they also wholeheartedly endorse the breeding of immature, untested pets without using the tests required for ethical breeding of mature animals.

What's more that hasn't changed. Areas where MSN are in effect do not show better stats for euths and animals processed than areas that don't have MSN. In fact where people have free choice to do the right thing, the numbers are better.

The solution is to kill this bill. To not profile every pet owner nor treat every single dog and cat as identical objects or things that the state can control.

The real solutions have been shown to the supporters but they do not care about Healthy Pets.

Have you see the MSN poll? Marvel at the people that endorse the above things.

Remember, when you vote for something, you're not just voting for what you think it means, but you're implying approval for what it can become.

No on California AB 1634
"California Healthy Pets Act"
Choosing a 'feel good' perky name for a bill perpetuates the GRAND deception


Semavi Lady woofed at @ 7/02/2007 10:30:00 PM | Permanent link | (0) Comments

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