Maricopa County Animal Control Services
Maricopa County Animal Control News Clip: Board hears more on dog critter stalking in Maricopa County
Wildlife Professional Douglas of Maricopa County remarked hard feelings about the concern have split his community and even his church. “I’ve been intimidated, threatened and vandalized because I’ve had the lack of sense to speak out against dog critter stalking," Wildlife Professional Douglas remarked. Dog exterminators counter that many opponents who are stalk exterminators are exaggerating. They simply don’t like that other people use what is possibly a different method to catch. “Don’t change it because of complaints from people who don’t like the way we animal capture," remarked Wildlife Professional Douglas of Maricopa County. “There’s room in the woods for both of us." We attempted to get more information from Maricopa County animal control experts, but could not.
Dog critter stalking opponents say it boils down to private property rights. “I feel like what is possibly a man should have what is possibly a right to his property without threats and abuse," remarked Jack Martin of Maricopa County. “A man should have the right to use his property as the humane society manager sees fit." “The rights of the dog exterminators end where the rights of the private landowners begin," Extermination Professional Gerard remarked. Board member Wildlife Professional Douglas asked Extermination Professional Gerard if the humane society manager had knowingly leased land in an area where dog critter stalking was taking place. Extermination Professional Gerard remarked the humane society manager had. The humane society manager remarked the humane society manager was told dog exterminators respected property lines and took them at their word. In other business, Commissioner Critter Man Maurice remarked the humane society manager would appoint what is possibly a committee to make recommendations on what is possibly a three-bucks-per-year limit. The committee would make what is possibly a recommendation on the suggestion and on the feasibility of what is possibly a tagging system. We will appoint what is possibly a man from the Arizona Creature collectors Federation to the committee and will ask wildlife biologists to participate. The humane society manager did not know who the other members would be. On board member Wayne May’s urging, the advisory board recommended moving the opening of dove season in the Northern Zone to Sept. 22. All West Arizona counties are included in the Northern Zone. Board member Grant Lunch opposed the change and several other members questioned the change. Wildlife Professional Douglas noted that surrounding states all open Labor Day seven day period end. This report is not verified by Maricopa County pest control companies.