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CA: Los Angeles dogs have to be licensed

Discussion in 'Dog Ordinances & Laws' started by Debbie, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. Precious

    Precious Little Dog

    Yeah, when you put it that way;)
     
  2. Laced Wit Game

    Laced Wit Game Good Dog

    sorry joey, but im gonna have to disagree (just a lil bit lol), i think its good for the vaccination laws (such as the parvo shot law for pups, but also the rabies vaccs) just because what other folks choose NOT to do for theyre dogs can potentially affect other dogs and cause an outbreak.

    example: you choose not to get your puppy vaccinated for parvo

    well what about the "smith's" dog down the street who has a newborn litter of pups?

    see where im getting at?

    but i couldnt agree with you more about the liscensing bullshit, just another easy way of the state/country raising money & and even EASIER way of helping the HS put this breed to rest!
     
  3. 4PawsK9Svcs

    4PawsK9Svcs Good Dog

    I'm lucky, it's only $6 to license a sterilized pet and $11 for an intact pet here. You have to have proof of rabies, but even that is like $5 at AC.
     
  4. Precious

    Precious Little Dog

    Yeah your very lucky.. They'll do anything to stop breeding here but most of all for them to make money!

    Precious gets her rabies shot in a couple of days then i have to license her but i think im just going to wait till i spay her which she has her appointment on June 12th cause im not gonna pay them $60 when i can pay $20...With the extra $40 i can put another $10 and buy her another 30lb bag of food..:p I prefer to spend it on her than to give the county an extra $40.:lol:
     
  5. Laced Wit Game

    Laced Wit Game Good Dog

    the dog pound out here charges $35 for liscensing fixed dogs.

    they charge $350 for unaltered dogs

    yet, they charge $50 for theyre spay & nueter than $35 to liscense

    so you either pay $85, for them to do it THEYRE way

    or

    you can pay $350 for them to do it YOUR way. (dont forget its YOUR dog)
     
  6. 4PawsK9Svcs

    4PawsK9Svcs Good Dog

    Of course, if I lived a county over, they have mandatory spay/neuter, and it is VERY hard to get an Unaltered Animal Permit for any bully breed. If they catch you with an unaltered animal that isn't licensed and is over 6 months old, they slap you with a fine and make you get a permit for it. If the animal isn't registered, you can't get a permit and they will impound the animal and require you to pay for both the impoundment, and the spay/neuter. Even Police K9 handlers must get a permit to keep their partner. Strangely enough, spay/neuter isn't required for shelters/rescues...
     
  7. Laced Wit Game

    Laced Wit Game Good Dog

    free country huh? land of the free? lol what a joke....
     
  8. 4PawsK9Svcs

    4PawsK9Svcs Good Dog

    Yeah... hasn't been much of a "free" land for anyone since it was discovered if ya think about it... but definately getting worse as time progresses...
     
  9. Precious

    Precious Little Dog

    well im sure its just not here in the US where you have to spay/neuter and license dogs. Back home in Australia all i remember is we had to license them but we didn't have to spay/neuter but then again i haven't been back in 10 years.:o
     
  10. Laced Wit Game

    Laced Wit Game Good Dog

    doesnt matter, america stands for freedom. the freedome to make your own choices when it comes to YOUR PROPERTY. or so it did.
     
  11. Joey&Zoey

    Joey&Zoey Good Dog

    no no no laced, I agree with vaccinating puppies especially for parvo I did all of them for my girl because I agree I believe they need them but once they reach a year old they do not need yearly vaccinations unless your dog is going to be around other dogs quiet often.

    Yes licensing our dogs is just one of those steps the government loves to rub up against us and breath for more of our $$$ along with keeping tract of our vicious apbts.
     
  12. BigBoy69

    BigBoy69 Little Dog

    That's why there are so many "pitbulls" or "pitbull mixes" put down every fucking year because people are not responsible enough to own a dog. The dog get outs and bangs everything in site, more dogs running around, and backyard breeders.

    ---------- Post added at 08:19 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:03 AM ----------

    (I'm talking in PA).
    When it comes to your property, think about when you buy a house, which becomes your property once you pay for it, (setting up payments), have home owners insurance etc, THEN it's your property.

    You buy a car or motorcycle, you must have insurance, register it, have a licence, then it's your property.

    So if you're saying a dog is your property, why not do the same?
    (Now you can't do it with every little thing like a shovel, hammer etc).

    Everyone says they love their Pits etc.
    Why not take them places with you, show them off and show that they are a good breed and can do great in different enviroments instead of leaving them chained in the backyard and just give them food, water and the occasional exercise.
    We should all be looking focusing towards being ambassadors of the breed and try to change peoples minds that they are not blood thirsty, man and child eating creatures that would kill everything that crosses their path.
     

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