Building Safe Communities
Safe communities don’t have to be discriminatory
We have to work together
“ As I read the legislation, it was clear that this was motivated from a place of deep emotion. My experience has taught me that almost every single instance of proposed breed specific legislation is motivated by emotion – a reaction to a single, frightening event. Or maybe it is a reaction to something frightening that could have happened, but didn’t. BSL is always about the fear of not being safe in our own communities.”
Our education leaflet pdf includes:
- Responsible ownership models
- Information on the ineffectiveness of mandatory spay/neuter laws
- Information on communicating with people who are pro-breed bans
- A guide to updating outdated ordinances
News and Articles
This year has been difficult for everyone and insurmountable to others. As an organization, we have long since understood that companion animal welfare without human welfare means nothing. So, as a response to the impact of the pandemic, we've augmented and expanded...
Don't be So Quick to Celebratethe "Win" in Denver12November 2020If you read only the headlines about Denver on November 4, you might think that the city's dog owners were finally victorious. If you just clicked and shared the revised language, you missed some...