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03/29/2011

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Jay Kitchener

"...SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE, WITH HIS OR HER DOG, A BASIC OBEDIENCE COURSE."

And if one fails? Define "successfully complete"?

National Animal Interest Alliance

Why, the state defines "Successfully Complete," of course -- and chooses which obedience course is acceptable.

Dott Smith

Two things here. I have to ask: who is going to pay to certify these "obedience schools" and who is to say what happens if you don't pass? If you can't go to your "local" school due to scheduling issues (let's face it, many people don't do the usual 9-5)? This is a nightmare of lawmakers saving us from ourselves again - at the public's dime, of course.

Also, there is a huge disagreement on what is "proper" vaccination for canines and felines. We in the dog fancy have pretty much agreed that the puppy series and a single "booster" is more than enough and often too much for delicate immune systems. If we are forced to pump dangerous chemical cocktails into our dogs and cats we will see more health issues, not less. Insanity in the name of "Animal Welfare" again.

Donna Colletti

After the pets than it will be the children. You will be so use to it that it will seem normal. I hope people are waking up.

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