To Kill or Not To Kill?
It's hard enough knowing some dogs call a shelter home. Knowing their "home" isn't a no-kill shelter can be almost unbearable.
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#1 Feb 20, 2013
I have had cats and I have had dogs as pets. I always made it a point to have them either neutered or spayed ,,, it's common sense. Well at least.
Teach people/have commercial on the tube/brochures/classes, among other things about the advantage of getting your dog,etc neuter/spayed and the disadvantage and let them decide.
If an individual decides against neutering,etc. hold him/her accountable for that decision,make him pay a stiff fine/cost if their decision created any hardship for the pet or those involved in saving/caring/sheltering.
Dogs are a joy to have around,especially when your not feeling your best(at least for me it is)they will come around and make it all better.
Bottom line, if you cannot give a dog/cat the time,attention,devotion,etc. it needs and requires,,,, don't get one.
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