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if they catch the dog they will put it down.... cause in america they just kill anything they can.... hope this dog eludes capture for as long as it can, if it does not, then its dead.

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cause in america they just kill anything they can....

Yeah, cause nowhere else do they keep the animal population in check so they don't overrun the other wildlife and potentially injure people.  Just here.

 

...are you actually serious?

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if they catch the dog they will put it down.... cause in america they just kill anything they can.... hope this dog eludes capture for as long as it can, if it does not, then its dead.

 not sure if dumb or just trolling?

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if they catch the dog they will put it down.... cause in america they just kill anything they can.... hope this dog eludes capture for as long as it can, if it does not, then its dead.

In the southeast they do euthanize a lot of animals. Most of the country they do not.

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I don't see the point in catching the dog.

 

If they are going to kill it, that would be unethical and bad publicity.

 

If they adopt out the dog, it will likely just run away, at the first chance. :laugh:

 

Born free, live free.

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I don't see the point in catching the dog.

Stray animals can spread diseases that domesticated animals are generally required to be given shots for.

 

I can't really claim to know how animal control works anywhere, though my brother in law works for the DNR so he could probably tell you.

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^ My dog never 'spread a disease' in 11 years of life, and all he might have had are rabies shots.

 

And my cat runs free, and no diseases among the other cats, are ever reported.

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^ My dog never 'spread a disease' in 11 years of life, and all he might have had are rabies shots.

 

And my cat runs free, and no diseases among the other cats, are ever reported.

 

Is your dog a stray?

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^ My dog always had a home, until he died.

 

But there were times I'd let him roam free a bit. ;)

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^ My dog never 'spread a disease' in 11 years of life, and all he might have had are rabies shots.

 

And my cat runs free, and no diseases among the other cats, are ever reported.

Considering rabies is one of the biggest concerns I'm not really sure what you're going for.  Domesticated animals are also generally healthy so wouldn't spread disease anyway.

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^ I was answering this:

 

Stray animals can spread diseases that domesticated animals are generally required to be given shots for.

 

So vaccinate the stray dog, and let him alone in peace.

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^ I was answering this:

 

So vaccinate the stray dog, and let him alone in peace.

Who's paying for vaccinating every dog?  Who guarantees it was taken care of?  Who makes sure its puppies are equally well cared for?  Whose problem is it if it can't be found and does end up with a bad infection or disease and spreads it or ends up biting other animals or people?

 

Wherein we're back to the whole point of animal control in the first place, to make sure animals stay no threat to people.

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If the animal control is like the animal control from Parks and Recreation then i don't think they'll ever catch it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ypOJYXHY18

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I don't see the point in catching the dog.

If they are going to kill it, that would be unethical and bad publicity.

If they adopt out the dog, it will likely just run away, at the first chance. :laugh:

Born free, live free.


Don't you mean: live free or die hard..

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Who's paying for vaccinating every dog?  Who guarantees it was taken care of?  Who makes sure its puppies are equally well cared for?  Whose problem is it if it can't be found and does end up with a bad infection or disease and spreads it or ends up biting other animals or people?

 

Wherein we're back to the whole point of animal control in the first place, to make sure animals stay no threat to people.

paranoid much ?

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paranoid much ?

Nope.  I don't work for em...would rather people just shot dogs.

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