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LEGISLATIVE MEETINGS, FUNCTIONS, RALLYS



KERN COUNTY

Public Workshop

Kern County Animal Control Department held a series of 6 public workshops to explore and comment on proposed revisions to the Kern County Ordinance Code relating to Animal Control Regulations. The final ordinance, passed by Kern County Board of Supervisors created rules requiring license numbers be added to advertisements offering animals for sale. They also implemented penalties for failing to license dogs.

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Los Angeles County



A series of meetings and workshops are planned for breeders, kennel owners and the public in the near future regarding possible amendments by the Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control and other Los Angeles County Departments. Notice of those meetings will be posted here.

Proposed AW Ordinance: The current, proposed version of the Animal Welfare Ordinance, which would make certain changes to Title 10 of the Los Angeles County Code

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Save the date!

There will be another public meeting regarding the ordinance to be held Tuesday, November 30th, at 1 p.m., at Fire Station 129 (in the small classroom) located at 42110 6th St. West, in Lancaster.

Driving directions:

From the northbound 14/Antelope Valley freeway, exit at Columbia Way/ Avenue M. Turn right from the off ramp. Travel east approximately 1/2 mile to the second stoplight (6th Street West). Turn left. Station 129 will be on your right hand side about 1 block north. Turn into the driveway to the rear portion of the complex. The classroom building and parking area will be to your right.





















 
 

 

PETA on targeting children: "Everything we do is based at adults." Ingrid Newkirk, PETA President on CNN, March 21, 2002

Versus: 

"Our campaigns are always geared towards children and they always will be." Dan Matthews, PETA Vice President, on FOX News, Dec 19, 2003 

 

What does it mean to be involved?
When negative legislation is proposed or adopted, it affects and alters the time and energy devoted to positive events as efforts are diverted to protecting our freedoms and those of our animals. It is extremely important to halt the negative influences of animal rights organizations so that energy can be devoted to all the beneficial effects that our animals can bring, such as having events that promote responsible dog ownership, etc. like showing our communities the countless types of work that our dogs are capable of doing.
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