Office benign fibrous histiocytoma of the governor governor murphy signs legislation to protect animal rights

S1923 changes municipal court requirements to allow more consideration of benign fibrous histiocytoma abusive circumstances in cases where dogs are at risk of benign fibrous histiocytoma euthanasia. The bill also prohibits courts from declaring a dog to benign fibrous histiocytoma be potentially dangerous for causing bodily injury in the act benign fibrous histiocytoma of defending its owner from a person committing or attempting benign fibrous histiocytoma to commit a crime against them.

“the decision to end a life, whether that life is that of a human or of benign fibrous histiocytoma another species, is an incredibly difficult one, and one which should warrant appropriate reasoning and rationale,” said assemblyman gordon johnson. “while protecting the lives of our residents is our first benign fibrous histiocytoma and foremost priority, there is no need to unnecessarily euthanize a living creature benign fibrous histiocytoma based on a mere suspicion of potential future danger when benign fibrous histiocytoma there may not be enough evidence to suggest that the benign fibrous histiocytoma dog is truly that dangerous.”

“new jersey is one of only nine states with laws benign fibrous histiocytoma that allow euthanization of dogs that participated in dog fighting, without any consideration for the dog’s actual behavior, according to the ASPCA,” said assemblywoman carol murphy. “it isn’t fair or humane to punish a dog so severely benign fibrous histiocytoma if they may not pose a real threat to other benign fibrous histiocytoma animals or people. With this new law, the determination process of euthanization will be far more just.”

“there is a negative stigma associated with dogs who have benign fibrous histiocytoma suffered through dog fighting and because of this, they cannot be adopted due to the assumption they will benign fibrous histiocytoma harm people,” said senator troy singleton. “yet, many of these former fighting dogs pose no threat to benign fibrous histiocytoma humans. They want to be loved like every other dog. By dropping the stigma, we will see more of these former fighting dogs re-adapt to society and find loving homes.”

“this is a lifeline for pets that are visibly subjected benign fibrous histiocytoma to neglect and abuse,” said senator nilsa cruz-perez. “there are pet owners callously failing to provide the necessary benign fibrous histiocytoma care to their furry family members, and that’s what they are, family. It is imperative that officers have the authority to act benign fibrous histiocytoma swiftly in scenarios where removal is deemed vital to ensuring benign fibrous histiocytoma the safety and well-being of an animal.”

“unfortunately, some dog owners want to train their pets to be benign fibrous histiocytoma aggressive and dangerous creatures, said senator vin gopal. “that does not mean, however, that every dog bite, every incident, is the result of the dog being vicious. I sponsored this legislation because as a state, we need to make sure that dangerous dogs are not benign fibrous histiocytoma a threat to public safety, but we also need to give credence to incidents provoked, not by the dog’s training but by human behavior and outside circumstance.”

“the humane society of the united states (HSUS) applauds governor murphy for affixing his signature on these two benign fibrous histiocytoma important animal protection bills, which will better defend and help innocent animals left in benign fibrous histiocytoma dire circumstances by no fault of their own,” said brian R. Hackett, HSUS new jersey state director. “S2674 strengthens our state’s proper outdoor shelter and tethering restriction law for pets benign fibrous histiocytoma left outdoors, passed two years ago, making it the strongest and most comprehensive in the country. S1923 joins new jersey with 41 other states which have benign fibrous histiocytoma ensured that canine victims of illegal dogfighting are treated humanely benign fibrous histiocytoma after being seized from cruel fighting rings. HSUS appreciates the efforts of the bills’ legislative sponsors, and we look forward to continuing to work with governor benign fibrous histiocytoma murphy and the legislature on animal protection efforts, making new jersey a leader in animal protection.”

“the ASPCA thanks governor murphy and the new jersey state benign fibrous histiocytoma legislature for enacting these important humane bills that will spare benign fibrous histiocytoma dogs, service animals, and pets from cruelty,” said debora bresch, senior state legislative director for ASPCA. “with the enactment of these vital protections, it will no longer be permissible to unfairly label and benign fibrous histiocytoma confine or even destroy canine dogfighting victims based on their benign fibrous histiocytoma abusive pasts, and law enforcement will have needed clarity regarding their authority benign fibrous histiocytoma to protect animals who are at risk of injury or benign fibrous histiocytoma death due to inhumane treatment.”

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