No-cost spay/neuter clinic for pit bulls to open Wednesday
#1 Jan 8, 2013
why are you targeting pitbulls, it should be all dogs not just pitbulls. i don't see packs of pitbulls running loose around town, not like they are over populated.
#2 Jan 8, 2013
if you look on spca website ,you'll see a lot of pitbull/mix .Most of them are there for a while.
I think it's a good thing,but is needed for other breeds too.
#3 Jan 8, 2013
Because unfortunately they are targeted as dangerous dogs. Which they can be in the wrong hands. The point of the program is to try to keep as many as possible from breeding by people who due to lack of funds and irresponsibility can't or won't. I'm not saying their all evil dogs but that sweet loving female can and most Likely will make 8 pups every 6 months to a year that can end up in the wrong hands. Breeding should be left to licensed reputable breeders. For any breed but especially ones that are considered a status symbols and trained to be mean by the "thugs" of Jamestown. And there is already a free/low cost program in place for all dogs and cats at the Chautauqua humane society. This is just an extra push to try to stop the over breeding and get the dogs good name as a loving family guardian back on track.
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