Madison (WI) to Consider Mandatory Spay/Neuter, Home Breeder Regulations
Four proposals have been introduced by the Madison City Council that will have a direct impact on dog owners, fanciers, breeders, and sportsmen in the city. Residents and those that participate in dog events in Madison are strongly encouraged to contact the council regarding these proposals, as well as the commissions mentioned below. Click here […] | October 24, 2014
Colorado: Aurora Residents Urged to Vote Yes to Repeal BSL
In the next few weeks, residents of Aurora, Colorado, will be receiving mail-in ballots. Question 2D on the ballot asks, “Shall the people of Aurora adopt an ordinance allowing pit bulls back into their city?” A vote of “YES” will provide the opportunity for Aurora dog lovers and residents to fight discrimination, restore the rights […] | October 16, 2014
Indiana Alert: Tippecanoe County to Consider Mandatory Spay/Neuter on October 20
The Tippecanoe County Commission has proposed a rewrite of the county’s animal control code. This includes mandatory sterilization of all dogs and cats over 6 months of age unless the owner obtains a breeder’s permit. The permit is required for anyone who wishes to own an intact animal, regardless of whether that animal is being […] | October 14, 2014
New Jersey Info: Several Dog Bills To Be Considered Tomorrow, Thursday, October 9
Tomorrow, Thursday, October 9, 2014, the New Jersey Assembly Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee will consider several bills that, if ultimately enacted, will impact dogs in the Garden State. AKC Government Relations (AKC GR) encourages all owners in New Jersey to review the bills detailed below and to express their opinions to the committee members. […] | October 8, 2014
Pasadena, CA to Consider Mandatory Spay/Neuter Monday, October 6th OPPOSITION NEEDED!
AKC Government Relations has learned that the Pasadena City Council will conduct a first reading of an ordinance to require the sterilization of all dogs and cats within the city limits. Limited exemptions will be provided. However, even with those exemptions, ANY dog that is impounded for ANY reason will be sterilized before being released, […] | October 3, 2014

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