Tuesday, May 29, 2007

California American Postal Workers Union President speaks out for AB 1634

Last week was National Dog Bite Week and rising injuries from aggressive pets are in the news. California American Postal Workers Union President Isabelle Bailey has spoken out in support of the California Healthy Pets Act. The Golden State has more dog bite injuries than any other state in the nation. Dogs that have been neutered are three times less likely to attack than unaltered dogs, more evidence that universal spay and neuter means safer communities.

“Every day, postal service employees confront not only aggressive dogs, but too many dogs that are abandoned and roaming our neighborhoods. The California Healthy Pets Act will help reduce injuries from overly aggressive animals as well as curb the number of unwanted pets without a caring home,” said Bailey.

For more information visit: www.cahealthypets.com