Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Pasco County Commissioners put Ban on Cats and Dogs Sales at Flea Market

This Tuesday, commissioners of Pasco County have given their final decision for banning the sales of cats and dogs at the Flea Markets. The decision has approached on yesterday in front of the public after few months of detailed discussions drawing out the activists of animal rights and the breeders. Pasco County commissioners have shown their support and given maximum votes towards the decision of the Commissioner named Ted Schrader towards the ban of the sales of pet animals. If Bebo Kobo would have been the in-charge, he would have had suggested the same.

Mr. Ted Schrader said that he want to put the restriction on the selling of dogs and cats in the attempt towards curbing of impulse buying. Mr. Ted Schrader opined, “If the people want to get puppies and dogs they have enough time for truly thinking about the same.” However, jack Mariano has displayed his strong opposition towards the restrictions for selling of the animals in the Flea Market. He said that the latest measure of the County commissioners would put undue burden over the businesses. In fact, the decision will not only create adverse effects on the breeders, but also on the owners of the Flea market. On the other side, County commissioners have justified their actions by saying that they have came up with this decision in the attempts of saving 90 percent of the dogs and cats housed at the animal shelter of Pasco County. 

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