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Phyllis M. Daugherty, ...
Phyllis M. Daugherty, director of Animal Issues Movement, questioned the 2012 ban, stating pet shops that added more dogs would essentially be turned into kennels, raising concerns about odors and smells.
With more dogs, pet stores shouldnt be allowed to operate in commercial neighborhoods.
successfully sued the city, prompting Wednesdays hearing to discuss new rules to change the definition of pet stores.
There is no restriction on sanitation, on noise, odor, Daugherty
August, 2011 | Valnes Bell Realtors
This was not an effort to help," said Phyllis Daugherty, founder of Animal Issues Movement.
Friends of Hermon Dog Park: About Us
Phyllis M. Daugherty, Advisor
Phyllis M. Daugherty, Director of Animal Issues Movement and Humane Training, has been involved in animal protection/welfare, spay/neuter and rescue/shelter work in Los Angeles since 1987.
currently produces documentaries and training films for law-enforcement and sheltering agencies on investigating and prosecuting animal cruelty and illegal animal fighting and speaks at training sessions and community event.
She has been a guest columnist for the Los Angeles Daily News, and frequently writes on local animal control issues, animal cruelty and its connection to domestic violence, human trafficking and other crimes against humans.
In 1989, Ms. Daugherty
produced a film entitled, "Early Age Spay/Neuter" in a cooperative effort with Dr. W. Marvin Mackie, showing the benefits of sterilizing pre-pubescent dogs and cats.
has served on the Los Angeles County Animal Care & Control Foundation Board since 2003.
She has a BA in Social and Criminal Justice and extensive specialized training in animal control and animal-handling techniques.
She is an Associate Member of the California State Humane Association and a member of the National Illegal Animal Fighting Taskforce.
Ms. Daugherty is also a member of the LAPD Human Trafficking Taskforce.
Phyllis M. Daugherty: More ...
Phyllis M. Daugherty: More isn't better for house pets
By Phyllis M. Daugherty
Phyllis M. Daugherty is director of the Animal Issues Movement.
September | 2011 | The Oreo Experience
Luckily Phyllis Daugherty, Director of the Animals Issues Movement, was there to put a stop to this nonsense.
said that the posters were problematic because they did nothing but promote stereotypes.
Since sometimes, ghetto thugs raise pit bulls for fighting, Daugherty
felt there should not be a poster with black people and pit bulls together in any sort of harmony lest all we can think of is Michael Vick.