The City of Riverside, California Passes Impotent Breed-Specific Mandatory Spay/Neuter Ordinance
As expected, the city of Riverside, California (like the county of Riverside with its approval of a similar ordinance on October 8, 2013) passed a breed-specific mandatory spay/neuter ordinance for so-called “pit bulls” at its Tuesday, October 22, 2013, city council meeting. The ordinance will require owners of “pit bulls” and “pit bull” mixes to spay/neuter their dogs with few exceptions.
I refer you to my prior post on the ridiculousness that is the city of Riverside’s breed-specific mandatory spay/neuter (BS MS/N) law. The contradictory statements and misleading statistics offered by Riverside city officials are self-evident and need not be repeated here.
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