CAPS is very proud to announce that after working with the Public Safety & Neighborhood Services Committee of the City of San Diego’s City Council since early last year, there will be a meeting on March 13 to discuss the drafting of an ordinance to Prohibit the Sale of Cats & Dogs in Pet Stores in the City of San Diego.

This is similar to legislation passed in 30 other cities across the country. CAPS has spearheaded three other similar ordinances in Southern California. Los Angeles was the latest, with 24 stores that will no longer be able to sell puppies from inhumane factory farms.

After our submission early last year of a two year investigation of San Diego Pet Stores, and their puppy mill suppliers, the committee has decided to move forward on this issue.

ALL ANIMAL ORGANIZATIONS DEVOTED TO PROTECTING ANIMALS, PLEASE ATTEND! THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT MEETING!

WHEN: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 2PM

Where: City Administration Building – Council Committee Room – 12th Floor
202 C Street
San Diego, CA

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Publication/Event date: 2013-03-07
Publication name: Examiner.com
URL for more info: http://www.examiner.com/article/michael-vick-has-bought-a-dog-hint-it-s-not-a-poodle
Summary:
Michael Vick has bought a dog. Hint: It’s not a poodle!

Now that the ban prohibiting him from owning a dog has expired, Mike Vick has bought a new dog. Steering far from the breed he is associated with torturing, the American Staffordshire Terrier, Vick has acquired a dog to suit his inflated image of his reformed self: a Belgian Malinois (similar to a German Shepherd). This is a highly bred type of dog that has a more elegant appearance than the Staffordshire Terrier, a dog with more refined lines but just as powerful and faster than the Staffordshire Terrier, and with a more complex intelligence—than Vick.

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