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Mitzi Bault: Let's work together to solve problems

Let's work as a community to fix problems. Go to your neighbor tell them if you have a problem. They might not know; maybe your dogs are chasing cattle, chickens, or other animals of your neighbors, and sometimes the first time at fixing does not work. Either way, let's practice the Golden Rule and be a good pet owner and be a good neighbor. Let's work together.
See related: City Council 6 Feb 2017: Mayor gives heads up on dog law
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By Mitzi Bault
Personal commentary

As many people know me as a animal lover.. but with having animals it comes with obligations - vet care, food, bathing, and plenty more.

Kentucky is very relaxed on animal laws.


It goes both ways. Sometimes good intentions get out of hand. You can rescue only so many and to give proper care.

Lois Cunningham and I have found homes for many cats and dogs over the years. They need a good Forever Homes. Everyone who who has a dog needs to make sure the dog they take will fit in their household, get along with kids, other pets and be in harmoney with the neighborhood and environment.

Lois and I feel strongly about getting animals fixed - spayed or neutered.

A sad story from the Sano Community

I am so sad for a family in the Sano Community. Two kids lost two pets this week.

Now in the Sano Community there is a Grandmother, Grandfather, and two small children so saddened because some sick person in their neighborhood got a thrill by poisoning these two dogs.

I strongly believe in a person that would hurt a animal like that would think nothing about hurting a person.

If one of my dogs are bothering someone, I'm hoping that person would please let me know about the problem. As a responsible dog owner, I would try to fix it, and I would hope you would give me a second chance to fix it, if need be.

You can call the Dog Warden to come pick up dogs on your property. But PLEASE don't poison them in a slow long sad sick way.



Let's work as a community to fix problems. Go to your neighbor tell them if you have a problem. They might not know; maybe your dogs are chasing cattle, chickens, or other animals of your neighbors, and sometimes the first time at fixing does not work.

Either way, let's practice the Golden Rule and be a good pet owner and be a good neighbor.

Let's work together.


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