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Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/29/2009 12:40 AM  |  Flag  
Nominated for Mayor of the Year 2009!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/29/2009 1:55 AM  |  Flag  
The Pit Bull breeders hate this kind of thing...

Anonymous D  |  1/29/2009 12:47 PM  |  Flag  
I second the nomination for consideration of 2009 Award to Mayor of the Year

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/29/2009 1:58 PM  |  Flag  
Save suffering pit bulls by curtailing breeding
As someone who has spent 25 years rescuing pit bulls from conditions we wouldn't visit on our worst enemies, I applaud the city of Lancaster's adoption this week of an ordinance requiring all pit bulls to be spayed or neutered.

Anonymous HurrdleMeForward  |  1/30/2009 3:04 AM  |  Flag  
I super nominate Parris as best mayor!

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/30/2009 5:30 AM  |  Flag  
The stockholders of companies that produce and sell Euthasol aren't going to like this...

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/21/2010 8:55 PM  |  Flag  
UPDATE Jan 21, 2010:

Lancaster's dog ordinance is cited in helping to drive down gang crime

Anonymous Anonymous  |  1/22/2010 8:21 AM  |  Flag  
He should run for Governor of California!

Another good idea: These dogs should be tattooed in the ear and required to have a unique color/shaped license tag on their collar so that any animal control officer, law enforcement officer, or citizen could visually recognize them from a distance as having a "dangerous dog" determination and a muzzle requirement while away from the owner's property. Beside the muzzle, there could be consideration for a body harness requirement. Such a harness would give the immediate possessor a greater capacity to control the dog, as well as giving any by-stander or victim something easier to grap should the dog escape the control of the immediate possessor. The harness could also be designed to have the capacity to carry special written warnings: "DANGEROUS DOG", similiar to messages on the harnesses of police K-9s and service dogs.

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