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carole mason April 12, 2014 at 11:04 am
want to end human trafficking close our borders and monitor the ports and vote for Tim DonnellyRead More for governor of California and let's get some things done. www.electtimdonnelly .com
Art Brown April 12, 2014 at 10:10 pm
Art Brown I agree with carole mason. Illegal immigrants are easy prey for those who want to use andRead More abuse and control others. Enforce our immigration laws and cut off a source of potential victims.
The Burlingame Library is recruiting new volunteers.
John Piche May 16, 2013 at 08:34 pm
Don't forget this great opportunity as well! Living History Project seeks skilled video editors andRead More residents with interesting stories. http://burlingame-hillsborough.patch.com/groups/john-piches-blog/p/bp--living-history-project-call-for-participants-and-volunteers
Beatrice Karnes May 16, 2013 at 09:12 pm
Thanks for the reminder, John. Regardless of interests and skills, there's a volunteer opportunityRead More for everyone.
A Runner's Mind September 15, 2012 at 02:10 pm
Looking forward to this event! Bring your old running/walking/gym/tennis shoes to the A Runner'sRead More Mind table. We will recycle them via ShoeBox Recycling. -Jenny
N. Poteet September 8, 2012 at 02:39 pm
I also tried to take the survey and got the same "Thanks for taking the Survey" so whatsRead More the deal? I was almost afraid to take this survey thinking it may lead to untimely deaths of unwanted dogs. I own one of this little mighty dogs and years ago said I would never have one, but here I am with my heart wound around her she is my best friend and goes with me all the time, but I do agree they are not for small children (in general) are a one person dog (most of the time) and need the same amount of care both medically and attention wise, information should be available as to the cost of supporting an animal prior to its adoption, along with general information of the breed. Stop trying to breed down the size of animals all it does is to bring out genetic problems that hurt the future breed. Thanks
Linda Hall September 9, 2012 at 05:31 am
Same here. Fashions of breeds.
mit noslen September 9, 2012 at 07:08 am
my partner and i live in phx az and we have 6 chihuahuas...yes SIX. i love them more than life andRead More i never tire of their company.....they are my world. they love us so much and we love them that i can hardly go a couple of hours without them before wanting to get home to see them. love my dogs.
Freak Lazaro September 3, 2012 at 10:32 pm
PS: My name is Frank.
Freak Lazaro September 3, 2012 at 10:33 pm
Sorry for the choppy posts. Not too good at this stuff. Thanks to Ms Getty forger generous donation
Scott Delucchi September 5, 2012 at 02:04 am
Thanks, Frank. I don't mean to sugarcoat the Chihuahua problem at all. This latest column wasRead More intentionally light because the subject was "birthday parties." We have written anzd spoken about Chihuahuas many times. And backyard breeding is a significant factor. Still, we have a difficult time seeing how dollars spent on additional enforcement will be more impactful than the incentives we have planned. Consider this: in the six years we've offered free spay/neuter surgeries to targeted communities, we've averaged almost 1,000 surgeries per year. If we had devoted the same dollars and resources to enforcement or legislation, I don't think our efforts would have come close to matching this and would likely have been difficult to measure. That said, we routinely look at many approaches to this serious issue. Again, thank for taking the time to write. -- Scott
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