[nagdu] Rabies tag only no local license should be required.

Cindy Ray cindyray at gmail.com
Sat Aug 1 23:28:07 UTC 2015

Well, Howard, I respectfully disagree. I always kept my dogs' shots
up-to-date. I never really bothered with the license and it wasn't strictly
enforced until about three years ago. The dogs still should have their
shots, and especially rabies, which you get the tag for. Whether the dog is
licensed or not, it is not lawful to not have it vaccinated for rabies, so
that shot doesn't have much to do with the license, at lease not here.
Cindy Lou Ray
cindyray at gmail.com

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Subject: Re: [nagdu] Rabies tag only no local license should be required.

First of all my service dog Rhett, has a chip that shows that he is goes
back to school and his name and he has tag with his name and Duiding Eyes
with phone number. The reason that towns and city have dogs license is so
they make shore that dog owners get there pets rabies shots. Guide dog
schools make shore that we have our dogs seen by vets and our dogs have all
the shots that are required. Having a dog license is another regulation that
we don't need.

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From: Debby Phillips [mailto:semisweetdebby at gmail.com]
Sent: Saturday, August 01, 2015 3:54 PM
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Subject: Re: [nagdu] Rabies tag only no local license should be required.

Howard, again, it's a dog, not just a service dog.  My dog's license doesn't
say anything about service dog.  I believe you are deliberately
misunderstanding the whole issue.  It has nothing to do with service dogs.
Your town could care less whether you have a service dog.  People like you
make it more difficult for the rest of us who try to do the right thing and
not violate local laws.  That only draws more attention sometimes.  Nova
wears her license, her rabies tag, and the tag that says she is chipped with
HomeAgain.  That way should she ever get loose (God forbid), someone could
tell at a glance that she's licensed in Spokane County, is chipped, has
up-to-date rabies shot, and they can call me.  Our dogs not only have value
to us as guides, but monetarily have great value, too.  So it 
behooves us to get them licensed, etc.    Debby

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