Charges dropped against PETA worker in dog collar case

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The comments are more interesting thatn the story. We've got a problem!
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Common Sense @ Mar 25 2008, 11:22 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
The comments are more interesting thatn the story. We've got a problem![/b]
I was thinking the same thing. These idiots commenting on hunters just hunting dogs & then leaving them know nothing of hunting nor how most hunters care for & keep their dogs. Mine sleep in the house, some in my bed(all would if I let them......I'd be hard pressed for a spot with 8 GSPS in bed though, LOL) and eat healthier than I do. None have EVER gone w/o veterinary care when needed & all have nice blankets in their crates. They even go to work with me daily. I carry a better medical bag when hunting for the dogs than for myself.
I myself lost a dog once hunting, luckily a farmer found him & called the number on his tag, I got him back before I ever went home.
 

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I'm sure she never attempted to call the owner on the collar which is apparent with the disregard for private property. This is a case of a judge acting out of emotion and not doing his/her job. Wrong!!
 

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Thats ok our New Vice president is pro HUNTER. Straighten alot of stuff out soon enough.
 

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Despite opposition from CADFG, our version of the same bill is expected to be signed into law this year...so far, it has not gotten a single No vote.
 

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