ADBA Guidelines for Responsible Dog Ownership
The ADBA believes that strong enforcement of leash laws, as well as clear guidelines of identifying and managing dangerous dogs, will promote responsible dog ownership and prevent tragedies from occurring. Simply placing restrictions on certain breeds will not improve public safety – it will only punish responsible dog owners. We strongly support sound, enforceable, non-discriminatory legislation to govern dog ownership, and we appreciate legislators’ desire to keep communities safe for both people and dogs. However, Breed Specific Legislation (BSL) will not address the root cause of dangerous dogs – Irresponsible Ownership!
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The Tri-State APBTC (NJ) will host 2 conformation shows on Saturday and 1 conformation show on Sunday at the Salem County Fairgrounds in Woodstown, NJ. You may contact Chico 201-951-0138, Noel 845-978-5814 or Maritza 347-714-1638
Transfer Ownership Transferring the ownership of your ADBA Registered dog into your name is a very important part of the registration process. Once the dog is registered under your name you will be able to: Show proof of ownership if dog is lost or needs to be…
The Salt Lake Terrier Assoc. (UT) will host 1 conformation show, 1 weight pull and 1 Top Dog event on Saturday, and 1 conformation show, 1 weight pull and 1 Top Dog event on Sunday at the Salt Lake County Equestrian Center in South Jordan,…