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Seriously...why is this legal?

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Buddy

Buddy the Rescue- Dog
 
 
Barked: Tue May 22, '12 12:13pm PST 
I know I hear your logic, I do understand there are way to many unwanted animals in the world, but give me a break. There are also a lot of great owners around that should be allowed to have a choice, with out it costing 100% more. Check out my site about me and how I was rescued http://www.joyfulanimalrescue.com

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Buddy

Buddy the Rescue- Dog
 
 
Barked: Thu May 24, '12 9:19am PST 
I don't get why they have the ability to do that. When I rescued Buddy I had to pay to get shots etc, but over charging to prove a point doesn't seem right.
See Buddy's Profile

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Titus

Cave canis- vigilo omnis
 
 
Barked: Fri May 25, '12 8:58am PST 
Just playing devils advocate here...
We all pay for things we shouldn't have to... We pay for roads we don't travel on and schools we don't attend; my son has never been in an accident, never had a ticket, maintains his car, yet he pays astronomical car insurance rates because he's under 25 and statistics show that young men between 16 and 25 are at a higher risk of car accidents (insurance claims).

The simple fact is that only intact dogs reproduce, and that's why many municipalities charge more. I can't say I agree with it, but you can't deny the logic.
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