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Note to self. Dont move to SC.

Discussion in 'Pit Bull News' started by AGK, Jan 31, 2019.

  1. david63

    david63 CH Dog

    State Representatives are seeing how far they can go before people start voting them out of office.Vote people Vote.
  2. Splash

    Splash Pup

    I wish you were right but just voting won’t end it, folk gonna have to start showing up at city, county, state and federal venues if necessary to express the hypocrisy of these bills/ordinances/laws inspired by PETA, HSU an any other organization that wishes to impose their will and “moral compass” on those with a different view point. It will never be what it was but damn, excuse my French...where it’s on track to be is F$&CKED UP FOLK.
    Roll your sleeves up, get involved...get in where you fit in but do try to help.
    It takes hard work, resilience, passion and fortitude to over come what may seem like impossible odds....DON’T EVER GIVE UP THE FIGHT, WHAT WILL THEY TRY TO TAKE NEXT, SOMETHING IS ON THE HORIZON...BET ON IT
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  3. treezpitz

    treezpitz CH Dog Staff Member

    Let's face it, people aint gonna do a damn thing! They talk all the shit they can but don't do a damn thing about it. You're going to have to call state reps over and over, go to city/county meetings, get up and be a voice for our rights. Since nobody does the shit they talk about it won't get done and all of our rights will be taken from us. People think just like Dex said, "it was just wishful thinking". No fuck that, get off your ass and do something about it....
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  4. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    The kicker would be the guy that stands up and voices his opinion, odds are he gets a visit soon afterwards.

    Not that I say you have to run scared when owning bulldogs but you either run scared and get one ran up the old poop chute.

    We had a number of runs in our area with the 'no chains' deal. In never panned out in our area. But a couple of counties over it passed with out issue. There are videos of a popular guy building 16X16 pens with horse panels. That is the county that passed the bill.

    We even had one proposed a few years back that would force a prescription for basic worm medicine. If the dog had worms and he was being treated then that would be 'the act of practicing veterinarian medicine'. As I read the article I was like WTF. But understanding even the dumbest shit can pass I acted out. I went straight to the farm store and then online to Revival and bought up all the worm medicine that had long term expiration dates.

    Then the bill fell through.

    The pendulum always swings both ways.

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  5. Lrs

    Lrs Big Dog

    Lol USA is catching up to Britain in pure stupidity. A license to sell wormers banning chaining dogs out. Go the other way America trust me before you end up like the eu. And needing your own brexit.
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  6. treezpitz

    treezpitz CH Dog Staff Member

    I hear you, Slim. But you don't have to give your name or address when cold calling the politicians. Or even if you go to meetings. You don't even have to say what kind of dogs we own. Make the points of our rights being taken from us and if we don't put our foot down eventually we will have NO rights at all. When I called I did talk about chains and how much happier my dogs were than in a kennel. But you don't have to. I have friends who called and didn't even mention that they had dogs. They called with concern that our rights were being taken from us. Either way, if it means a knock at the door, so fucking what. That's what I say. Grow some balls and stand up for your rights. Again, that's what I say. And not to YOU Slim, I'm saying that to everybody including myself.
  7. treezpitz

    treezpitz CH Dog Staff Member

    I've had a "knock at the door" twice now because of SPCA wanting on my land to look at the dogs. NO WARRANT NO ACCESS. Kick rocks, bitches. That's all you have to say. Without the bitches part lol.
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  8. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    My mother in law got bit by a friend's dog once. She went to the emergency room and they made the report to animal control. They paid her a visit that night. To get to her house you have pass my house.

    I was eating at a restaurant 40 miles away when she called. "The dog catcher needs to talk to you".

    Talking about shitting in my pants in the middle of the restaurant.

    He was a super nice guy. He complimented me on the fact the dogs were clean and kept, nice houses and clean water. He let me know he could think about things in a lot of different ways. He had his opinons and if he had to come back with others things would be different.

    I said, "yes sir, thank you sir" and that was the end of it.

    But I had dirty drawers anyway. LOL

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  9. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    I agree tree.

    I understand your points. And I agree it is important to voice opinions and stand for your rights.

    I guess my point was that history has proven when they come our rights are the last thing with a priority. Most of the time it is the fact they stumble upon what they find so do anything to draw attention will not end well.

    It is not like I am quivering in the corner but I am also not yelling "hey, look at me" either. LOL

  10. Lrs

    Lrs Big Dog

    Probably a lot different with the rspca in the uk. It if they come round asking to look at anyone’s stock then the best course is to let them in escort them round and kiss some arse.if they come back after a refusal then theyll have a warrant and will leave with your yard.
  11. treezpitz

    treezpitz CH Dog Staff Member

    I hear ya Slim, I"m not one to draw attention to myself either. But I am one to voice my opinion, especially if I feel I'm being wronged or wrongly targeted.

    Both of the times they showed up outside of my front gate I was working and my wife called me. I said put them on the phone. Both times I told them that I was highly offended they were there because I go above and beyond for the care of my dogs. I listed some things they would see IF I ever let them on the property to look (bags of feed,25 gallons clean water each dog, bedding in shed, longer chains than required by law, etc). I was very polite, I was not an ass. But I was very stern when I said I knew they was in the business of taking dogs , sometimes for no reason with made up allegations, and that I didn't trust them at all. And went on to say that the only way they was coming on was with a warrant and that it better be legit because I would fight every charge ever brought to me.

    When you know you're taking good care of your dogs I feel it's best to not cave in to their pressure. Stand your ground and know your laws and rights. Just my opinion and experience.
  12. david63

    david63 CH Dog

    I agree 100% treezpitz. F*** them
  13. Kaos483

    Kaos483 Pup

    You’re on the wrong side of the state to have heard about this bs before it passed AGK. All I heard about in the Philly area before I moved was Libre and his stupid law. Leave it to puppy mill paradise Lancaster to ruin it for the whole state. Too bad they don’t spend any time focusing their efforts on the Amish and their puppy mill operations.

    I moved South and no sooner do I get here there’s anti-tethering laws being passed. Seems only within the different local city limits for now but it’s onlt a matter of time before it spreads.
  14. AGK

    AGK Super duper pooper scooper Administrator

    I only heard about it after is was already signed by that fucktard Tom Wolf. I hadn't heard anything about it. Actually, Treez messeged me with the law. He is in Texas and heard about it before I did living inside of the state proposing the law.

    I've since switched to kennel runs. Dogs hate it, I hate it but with a huge target on my back, I had no choice but to convert.

    Lisa Stiles, the lead officer in Pa for animal cruelty wrote me a letter personally and stapled the law to it. Mailed it to me around the time the law went into effect last September.

    Lol I'm always on her mind...

    With her shisty shady ass...
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  15. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    Once upon a time, seems like hundreds of years ago, people minded their own business.

    Times change. People change. Laws change. And it is not always for the better.

    I'm not ready to live off the grid or go all anti-government but my biggest issue would be "I kind of sorta own my own land, and what I do on my land is kinda sorta my business". Of course as long as I am not hurting anyone. But for the rule/law should be, "I own my land and what I keep and how I keep it is my business"

    There is a guy near here that I think is a nut job. He has about two acres of property. It was covered with riding lawn mowers and push mowers. Two plus acres, wheel to wheel, bumper to bumper. From an aerial view there would not be one blade of grass in sight. One house, a nice house, and the collection.

    Granted it was an eye sore. Granted I would not like to look at it everyday if I were his neighbor. But this guy served in two tours in Vietnam, retired with 20+ years in the Army, then retired with 30 years in a chemical plant, and some where along the line got addicted to lawnmowers.

    People complained and the county/state forced him to clean it up/get rid of the mowers or they threatened to condemn the property.

    For me that is simply wrong. I would not be happy about looking at it everyday but on the same principle I would be pissed if they said you can have X amount of dogs and you will keep them in XX way.

    That is simply un-American.

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  16. slim12

    slim12 CH Dog Staff Member

    If I choose to tie out 50 dogs and 40 junked and (sometimes) running 72 model K-5 Blazers (my other passion) I should be able to do so as I see fit.

    I guess my point would be for the Blazers I would stand up on top of the courthouse and yell my thoughts if I felt my rights were intruded upon by legislation.

    I would have the same feelings and thoughts about the dogs but would feel uncomfortable with the verbal exchange.

    It is one thing to see the trucks get scrapped/crushed but something different when they kill all your dogs.

    I may be over conservative on the 'public and my dogs' (what few I have left).

    Just babbling.

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