|January 30, 2008||Posted by russmead under Spay-Neuter|
Update Mar. 25, 2009: After much criticism including from the city council, the Los Angeles Dept. of Animal ServicesÂ has announced it is reinstating the program offering free or discounted spay/neuter.
|January 7, 2008||Posted by russmead under Spay-Neuter|
The city of North Las Vegas, a suburb of Las Vegas in Clark County, Nevada, has adopted a mandatory spay/neuter law. It is now a crime to have a pet 4 months of age or older that is not sterilized and can be punishable by up to 6 months in jail and a fine up to $1,000.
There are exceptions for licensed breeders, permitted animal fanciers and animals a veterinarian says should not have the surgery for medical reasons.
|August 18, 2007||Posted by russmead under Public Shelters, Regulation of Pets, Spay-Neuter||
In 2006 Albuquerque passed a comprehensive ordinance dubbed the â€œAlbuquerque Humane and Ethical Animal Rules and Treatment (HEART) Ordinanceâ€.
Not many animal ordinances are known by such a charming acronym. In fact, I don’t know of any others.