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Attn VA dog owners

Change.org is only 1500 signitures short of a petition to be filed affecting tethering dogs. This document will state that dogs can only be tied out for a short period of time and it will be against the law to keep your dogs on chains. Of course there are animals on chains that are abused, and they are in kennels and peoples houses. But this group has took it upon themselves to say that all dogs on chains are abused. So if this speaks to you, go check it out on change.org. And get a jump on it before its to late.

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This law passed for the city of Harrisonburg VA. You know how these thing work. Next maybe another town, then the state, next other states get on board.

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This law passed for the city of Harrisonburg VA. You know how these thing work. Next maybe another town, then the state, next other states get on board.


They tried it here last yr. Passed in the house, the senate squashed it if I remember right. Our current governor would've signed it in a heartbeat. Basically the way the law was written it made it impossible to keep a dog outside and abide by all the regulations within the law.

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Well the time has come. I saw on the news today that the same group that got this passed in Harrisonburg are petitioning for all surrounding areas to follow suit. So if you know dog hunters or any dog owners that would oppose this please let them know to contact the local government. Once enough counties are in then they will get the entire state on board. Then other states. This is how these groups sneak up on us and get their true agenda passed. Take action before it's knocking at your door.

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