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Re: “Member of Orange County's chained-dog study panel has ties to dog-fighting

{ Sam D, Raleigh 4/11/2007 - 4:58pm A convicted dog fighter like Garner has a lot of nerve calling people "extremists" who simply want man's best friend not to suffer at the end of a short heavy chain for their entire lives prior to dying a long painful death in the dogfighting ring for illegal gambling profits. Talk about a total lack of perspective. I hope the government will revoke Koki's seat, for the sake of the dogs and for public safety. Tethered dogs are more likely to bite and cause injury. } Sam,where did you get your info on dogs that are kept tethered? Did you get it from the HSUS site or a human type org? Tethered dogs are not more likely to bite and cause injury.That is a lie! A dog that is never tethered has the same chance of biting and causing injury....here's the good part, with those odds the dog has more opportunity to run at large! Your trying to convey this as a matter of public safety? You have got to be kidding....LOL This is a matter of your personal feelings and your preference. Not facts, you are clearly biased.

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Posted by *shaking head* on 04/15/2007 at 1:25 PM

Re: “Member of Orange County's chained-dog study panel has ties to dog-fighting

Redone, You must have a personal beef with Tom Garner. Is it because he's a breeder? Is it because he sells and places his animals with in the public? Or is it soley because he use's tethering as a responsible means to secure his animals? Are you trying to discredit TG by posting an artical out of georgia about a bill that was passed? I doubt that the reporter qouted TG verbatim. Bottom line this bill will affect all working type breeds who use tethering as a means to responsibly confine their animals ....Not just the APBT. Redone, if you own an APBT or type dog. I recomend you getting off the fence so to speak. They will be gunning for your dog as well!

Posted by *shaking head* on 04/15/2007 at 12:34 PM

Re: “Member of Orange County's chained-dog study panel has ties to dog-fighting

{ Thank God for Bthorton and all those like him. With such skills in twisting logic and common sense where would The Fox Network get it's future commentators. God Bless You BTHORTON, fighting these bleeding heart extremists who would criminalize your rights to starve a dog at the end chain year after year, working to end animal torture and overpopulation. You are an example to us all, even up here in Washington State your reputation is now known. God speed BTHORTON} Are you accusing BThorton of starving a dog that was on a chain? Your working to end animal torture? So you oppose the method of chaining as a responsible means of containing an animal? where does over population come into play here? Keeping animals sepperated so they can not breed.....I dont get where over population comes into play? Your just being a jerk for the sake of being a jerk! you oppose tethering bring your facts not your "feeling's' or "emotions". tethering does not make an animal mean or neglected peapole do that.

Posted by *shaking head* on 04/14/2007 at 11:11 PM

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