California should require spaying and neutering of pets

Pomona, Calif - 02/05/2008 --

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
by Hope Hedrick

To spay and neuter or not to spay and neuter, that is the question.

Assemblyman Lloyd Levine, D-Van Nuys, veterinarians, animal control officers and animal advocates are in strong support of the position taken by the California Healthy Pets Coalition.

It is their strong, burning intention to convince the citizens, voters and taxpayers of California to pass Assembly Bill 1634, the California Healthy Pets Act 2008 bill in the upcoming California state legislative session. This bill will affect those individuals who have dogs and cats as companion pets, because it will require these animals to be spayed or neutered by six months of age.

It will also affect individuals who allow... Read the full story >>



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