If you believe there is a divine creator, then you believe he made each individual in a family for each other. Many Responsible pet owners treat their animals like Family.

Their is no gray area in Pet Care. Either you love your pets or you do not it is simple black or white. People who fall into a gray area neglect their pets and most often the end up in Animal Shelters.

To feel bonded as a family is the essence of being human. Reaching out to take care of any one of us is to take care of all of us. To hurt one of us is to hurt all of us.


Our mission is to preserve the human-canine bond, Aggressive Dog attacks are no longer rare tragedies and serve as a reminder that all dog owners have an unequivocal responsibility for the humane care of their Dogs: 

1.) including proper diet, veterinary care (vaccinations)
2.) custody including licensing and micro-chipping
3.) control training and socialization 

Most of all a Dog owners needs to provide love and affection. Domestication of any animal species involves bonding emotionally and mentally.


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Final Court date today (Nov 14, 2012 update) for Restitution from the Dog killer, this is the day I find out what she will pay Restitution is for my two little Yorkie deaths, property damage, medical bills plus pain & suffering It really is not about the money I hope after this the bitch will think twice about thinking it is funny that her dogs attack people Next it will be small claims court against her and her landlord. Plea bargains my ass!!

Keep the petition Signatures coming... as I continue lobbying for stricter Aggressive Dog Laws & Landlord responsibility Laws ....http://www.causes.com/actions/1677295


My neighbor housed out-of-control Great Dane Dogs

Our Little Yorkie girls did not deserve to die a violent death, due to a the neighbor;  who housed out of control Great Danes

Help fight for the rights of people who take good care of their Dogs & for "Aggressive Dog Owner Responsibility Law", to be upheld. Arizona Republic, Governor Jan Brewer signed on May 16, Arizona 2011- House Bill 2137 Revised Statute 11-1025 but FAILING in my case.

Animal Control Department, in the year 2010 there were approximately 900 dog-on-dog attacks. The new bill may reduce the number of serious injury dog attacks - animals that are prone to vicious attacks on animals may be more likely to attack people as well.

We are also Working on passing a Bill to make Landlords responsible for allowing their tenants to house Aggressive dogs. Most Transient renter do not carry any liability insurance to recover restitution to Victims. We need this law on the books and need all the support we can get

Letting our dogs be in situations where there is substantial risk of them killing other people's pets or even worse children who play in the neighborhood is just not responsible behavior. There are many dog owners who enjoy having vicious dogs capable of Killing; they even encourage such violent behavior. For this reason over the last year penalties have increased when Arizona Governor Jan Brewer signed House Bill 2137 Under Arizona Revised Statute 11-1025, dog owners are now held criminally liable for the damages their pets cause to other people's pets and property. PETS ARE NO LONGER SUPPOSED TO BE CONSIDERED MERE PROPERTY

Although the New Bill provides for stiffer penalties: where if a dog attacks a dog it is a now a Class 1 misdemeanor, which could carry six months in jail and a $2,500 fine. This Criminal received substantially lesser charges in a Pleas Bargain.

Victims continue to be treated as though there loss is insignificant, dragged through long court processes, the Defendant gets a Plea bargain down to lesser offense & restitution is diminished. The New Bill is Not having much effect as to the charges fitting the crime in my case.

Careful training for a dog's mental stability & diligent management of a dog's environment helps keep dogs from acting like wild animals. When people are unable, unwilling, or unaware of how to manage their dogs, kills to other animals & injuries to humans becomes all too common.

Having a dog makes us responsible for the dog's actions, beginning with responsibility to select dogs we are capable of keeping under control The Defendant's transgressions have impeded my freedoms, with her unwillingness to get her dogs under control, resulting in the fatal attacks on my pets.

It is a proven fact that any dog that goes so wild as to attack, kill & eat another pet has the propensity to then attack humans & most likely children.



Responsible pet ownership laws set standards of pet owner behavior, and then hold people to those standards. The standards should be agreed upon by all of the Pet Owners in the community. A typical set of acceptable and achievable standards would include:

1.) License your pet,  provide permanent ID tag and vaccinate them.

2.) Provide proper care, training and socialization of your pet.

3.) Spay and neuter your pet if it is not part of a responsible breeding program. A responsible pet ownership community would never mandate spay/neuter but provides education, makes spay/neuter services accessible and affordable to all citizens. 

4.) Do not allow your pet to become a threat or nuisance in the community.

5.) Secure your pet in a responsible manner. 

These simple rules, along with enforcement of violations, combined with education to help create better pet owners, results in safe, humane communities. 

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