Hello, I am I inquiring about possibly needing some help soon from a lawyer. I am a volunteer for the BARC shelter in Houston. I opened up the first networking page for that shelter and since the beginning I have had several pushback from the shelter.
Just today I received an email about needing to go in and talk to the Business Development and Outreach Manager about our page.
Barc does not like public to know they euthanize dogs but on our page we have to let people know a dog didn’t make it. I’m sure is this and many other things they are upset about and want to know what rights I have as a person and volunteer. They also wanted me to delete the page the moment it got started.
Please let me know if there is anyone I can talk to. Thank you!
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PETITION: TELL LEGISLATURE DOGS DESERVE ADEQUATE SHELTER
Every year we receive hundreds of calls and emails about dogs left outside suffering in the extreme Texas weather. We know law enforcement, the media, and everyday Texans are sometimes helpless to do anything when they see a dog succumbing to a heat stroke.
That’s partly because every jurisdiction in Texas handles these cases different. Why? Because we do not have a single definition of “adequate shelter” that everyone can use.
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Passing our tethering bill next session will allow us to include a statewide definition of "adequate shelter" as a minimum standard of shelter that all pet owners should have to meet. Once we have this definition in place, local law enforcement and animal control officers will be able to act swiftly.
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