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Dogs Deserve Better - ban the use of chaining

214 Signatures Goal: 250

Dogs are chained outside day after day, without adequate shelter, food or water. Heat exhausted and dehydrated to death in summer, frozen to death in winter. Who is responsible The very pet owners who think that dogs can tolerate any outside condition. It is not acceptable for man\'s best friend to live his entire life, outdoors only. With no benefit of love and companionship they desire and deserve. Dogs want nothing more than to make their people happy. Sadly, they are neglected time after time. Tell the lawmakers in the Pennsylvania Congress, that you want real change in dog laws. Tell them that you want enforceable laws that prohibit dog chaining , or tethering, of any kind. Tell them that you want compassionate law officials that care about all creatures. Dogs are members of our family. Let\'s treat them so. Thank you

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Dogs Deserve Better is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to changing and amending existing dog laws. We believe in the right of every dog to have a happy, healthy ,loving life.

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www.dogsdeservebetter.com

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    Cath Mitchell United Kingdom
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    sandy kavoyianni Greece
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    Sophia Paraschou Greece
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    Microsoft OEM Software Ukraine
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    Mary Ganfield United States
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    Janet Waterstradt United States
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    Chris Parker United States
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    William Parker United States
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    Darlene Will United States
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    Kimberly Aznavorian United States
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