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GatorGold

Panama City Beach, FL

#1 Sep 23, 2010
Did any one see the results for the animal control dangerous dog?
Road Rage

United States

#2 Oct 14, 2010
No results posted. I feel that animal control is lacking in this county and the cities. Wild dog packs continue to exist and pose a danger. Calls to animcal control (county) go unanswered or just ignored. The lady taking the calls gets very sarcastic to the point that I no longer call.

We are hoping that something will happen in the future to get this corrected.
resident

Panama City, FL

#3 Oct 23, 2010
they are only as good as the BOCC will allow them to be, so blame the right people.There are laws,but the guys are not allowed to put them into effect, so place blame where it belongs

“Wake-Up Citizens”

Since: Nov 08

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#4 Oct 23, 2010
The county using personnel that are not necessarily qualified as 'animal control specialist' is not an appropriate thing either. It is regrettable that the BOCC members would opt in for such things as a 750 dollar a month fuel allowance and at the same time neglect to hire the personnel that are needed in the various aspects of county government. Considering that necessary positions are not being filled by qualified personnel and that money is being spent on un-necessary items, why not allow the BOCC members to perform such duties as 'animal control' or 'dog catchers'? Put the BOCC members to the test and see if they are really qualified to be administrators of the County.
Now you Know

Lynchburg, SC

#5 Oct 24, 2010
Qualifications for "animal control specialist":

1. Own a box of ammunition.
2. Own a handgun/rifle.
3. Able to aim in general direction of problem animal.

Animal Control is considered a job with status in our County.

Paying rednecks to set animal traps.....enough said.

“Wake-Up Citizens”

Since: Nov 08

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#6 Oct 24, 2010
Now you Know wrote:
Qualifications for "animal control specialist":
1. Own a box of ammunition.
2. Own a handgun/rifle.
3. Able to aim in general direction of problem animal.
Animal Control is considered a job with status in our County.
Paying rednecks to set animal traps.....enough said.
If this fine, obviously well qualified person who prefers to be called "Now you Know", is seemingly objecting to the 'hiring' of someone to perform the job of 'animal control specialist', then perhaps we should all call upon "Now you Know" everytime there is a problem requiring an animal control specialist. Allow Now you Know to spend his/her time, money, energy in pursuit of the activities of 'dog catcher'. Will you volunteer your time, money, and energy "Now you Know"?
chipley redneck

Chipley, FL

#8 Oct 24, 2010
abe sounds like a lib....I go with now you know....shoot the damn dogs and be done with it...save money on paying some one to come kill it or relocate it...if folks are letting thier dogs run wild ,they dont care about them any way..and we are in wash. co. so who really cares in our city or county gov.?...you are a lib, right abe?...or maybe just a animal lover
Bullet

Chipley, FL

#9 Oct 24, 2010
Cheap way to get rid of animals...18 cents a bullet

“Wake-Up Citizens”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#10 Oct 24, 2010
chipley redneck wrote:
abe sounds like a lib....I go with now you know....shoot the damn dogs and be done with it...save money on paying some one to come kill it or relocate it...if folks are letting thier dogs run wild ,they dont care about them any way..and we are in wash. co. so who really cares in our city or county gov.?...you are a lib, right abe?...or maybe just a animal lover
Actually you might call me an 'ultra-conservative': Liberalism is what has led this country into the depths of depravity.

As for the "shoot the damn dogs" "if folks are letting their dogs run wild, they don't care about them anyway".... I suppose the same could be said about parents who allow their teen-agers to run wild .... Did you realize that teen-agers running the streets wildly create more property damage than all the wild dogs in this community put together?
chipley redneck

Chipley, FL

#11 Oct 24, 2010
my bad..conservative I am too...maybe we should be able to shoot the kids also...we do agree on that parents dont, or wont control thier kids..I have raised my son mostly on my own, and can proudly say he has never been in trouble other than being a little hard headed lol

“politically incorrect”

Since: Sep 10

bo knows bullsh*t

#13 Oct 25, 2010
GOOD TOPIC! i have one for everybody....how many animals is too many? yeah farms and all that yadayada...i understand. im talkin about folks piled up in an old single wide on disability with 20+ dogs and even more cats. not only are the darn things loud EVERY freakin day, they are stupid, undisciplined and bare bones. if you live down in my hood, you know who i am talking about. they are good people, but damn, gain some perspective here. i say if the animal is a useless rescue that will live a life on your front porch just waiting for food, they arent living much of a life. you all know my dog is probably the most spoiled animal on earth, but i cant imagine treating a herd of them the same way. what is the rationale behind this?
imo

Panama City, FL

#14 Oct 25, 2010
wes fischer wrote:
GOOD TOPIC! i have one for everybody....how many animals is too many? yeah farms and all that yadayada...i understand. im talkin about folks piled up in an old single wide on disability with 20+ dogs and even more cats. not only are the darn things loud EVERY freakin day, they are stupid, undisciplined and bare bones. if you live down in my hood, you know who i am talking about. they are good people, but damn, gain some perspective here. i say if the animal is a useless rescue that will live a life on your front porch just waiting for food, they arent living much of a life. you all know my dog is probably the most spoiled animal on earth, but i cant imagine treating a herd of them the same way. what is the rationale behind this?
If you place a call to the local Humane Society in Panama City, they will come up remove the animals and fine the people, possibly even have them thrown in jail. Problem solved!

“politically incorrect”

Since: Sep 10

bo knows bullsh*t

#15 Oct 25, 2010
imo wrote:
<quoted text>If you place a call to the local Humane Society in Panama City, they will come up remove the animals and fine the people, possibly even have them thrown in jail. Problem solved!
WELL, it sounds like that is an easy fix...not quite. of years past, the local animal control has been called several times to the same place, they never do anything b/c they say "the animals are not being abused". and to some extent, the owners do mind them. the main issue is the hoarding from where i see it. i usually yell, "shut up!" really loud and they quiet down. the residence is probably a thousand feet or so from my house, but with all the racket, you would think there is a kennel right in my yard.

“Wake-Up Citizens”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#16 Oct 25, 2010
wes fischer wrote:
GOOD TOPIC! i have one for everybody....how many animals is too many? yeah farms and all that yadayada...i understand. im talkin about folks piled up in an old single wide on disability with 20+ dogs and even more cats. not only are the darn things loud EVERY freakin day, they are stupid, undisciplined and bare bones. if you live down in my hood, you know who i am talking about. they are good people, but damn, gain some perspective here. i say if the animal is a useless rescue that will live a life on your front porch just waiting for food, they arent living much of a life. you all know my dog is probably the most spoiled animal on earth, but i cant imagine treating a herd of them the same way. what is the rationale behind this?
The key to the whole problem is already laid out in your comments above and is summed up in the one word that you have used. "perspective". You have suggested that they gain some perspective. Well, perhaps IN THEIR PERSPECTIVE they are doing nothing wrong. Those 'perspectives', yours, mine, theirs are all a matter of personal priorities. Regardless of the concept of 'responsibility'. The key political/social phrase of this day and age is "If it feels good, do it." With that type of philosophy being set forth as an example of 'good behavior' or behavior that is accesptable to society in general, then you cannot sit in judgment of anyone for any of their actions or inactions, because all they have to do is simply tell you that "it felt good to do it".

Example in point: In the handling of cases involving Bi-Polarism, the sociologist working in and through the state (Tallahassee area) have distributed to husbands and wives who are receiving counseling, a document entitled "How to deal with your bi-polar spouse".. This document goes on to list 10 items for the spouse who is not bi-polar to act upon as an instruction in dealing with the bi-polar. Item #5 on that list states: "Do not argue:", followed by wording such as [Arguing with your bi-polar spouse can result in you being hurt]. This is a permission to the bi-polar that he/she cannot be engaged by another in an argument, thus placing the bi-polar in the 1-up position.. meaning that the bi-polar can do as he/she pleases and no-one is allowed to argue with that bi-polar.

When society gives permissions for people to act as they please, then there is no way to stop them in the activities that they are involved in. Laws mean nothing in situations as described above regarding bi-polars. Oft times, you will hear someone tell someone else... "if it feels good, do it"... permissions...
get help

Panama City, FL

#17 Oct 25, 2010
hey just import some people from vietnam they will help control youre dog problem

“politically incorrect”

Since: Sep 10

bo knows bullsh*t

#18 Oct 25, 2010
get help wrote:
hey just import some people from vietnam they will help control youre dog problem
OH SHEET! now that is funny. hey...speaking of...i had a doberman go missing when i lived in nearing hills....i wonder if the china star had a good buffet, cuz my dog never came back.:(
Now you Know

United States

#19 Oct 25, 2010
Abe Ibdeec wrote:
<quoted text>
If this fine, obviously well qualified person who prefers to be called "Now you Know", is seemingly objecting to the 'hiring' of someone to perform the job of 'animal control specialist', then perhaps we should all call upon "Now you Know" everytime there is a problem requiring an animal control specialist. Allow Now you Know to spend his/her time, money, energy in pursuit of the activities of 'dog catcher'. Will you volunteer your time, money, and energy "Now you Know"?
Abe, I thought you, if anybody, would agree that it is not the governments responsibility to 'hire' someone to respond every time I have "a problem requiring an animal control specialist".

As for the volunteering, That's a nogo. I'm afraid some PETA freak wouldn't approve of my methods.
Rabid gerbils

Panama City, FL

#20 Oct 25, 2010
Someone needs help getting rid of the rabid gerbils. Maybe Washington County should hire the Piper out of retirement.

“Wake-Up Citizens”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#21 Oct 25, 2010
Now you Know wrote:
<quoted text>
Abe, I thought you, if anybody, would agree that it is not the governments responsibility to 'hire' someone to respond every time I have "a problem requiring an animal control specialist".
As for the volunteering, That's a nogo. I'm afraid some PETA freak wouldn't approve of my methods.
Seemingly you and I have differing views as to what 'responsibilities' the government has. First of all, and for clarification purposes:'government'= that collection of agencies formed by the People to perform certain functions as dictated by law. It is the People who have the political authority to say whether or not a law is Constitutionally valid. Therefore, the government is required to perform those 'laws' that are approved by the People. Subsequently, it IS the responsibility of the 'government' to respond to the demands of the People in carrying out (executing) the law.

As for PETA. PETA is another group of people who have formed a corporation under the laws of the state, therefore, PETA is also obligated to adhere to those laws and to the demands of the People who have approved those laws. PETA may not agree with your methodologies, and your methodologies may very well be questionable, that is when a court of 'law' is initiated to settle and differences of opinion. If you know the law and know your relationship to the law, then corporations such as PETA will not be able to succeed in their assault against you. IMHO.
fido

Panama City, FL

#22 Oct 25, 2010
Please tell me this means someone is finally getting around to putting a leash and a muzzle on that Wes Fischer joker?? That animal needs some taming and if he was under animal control's care that would be one less stray off these streets and not causing problems or getting into my trash!!

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