LA NEEDS DOG FRIENDLY BEACHES


This ballot measure would create at least 3 off-leash dog friendly beaches in LA County. The county would decide where to locate these ¼ mile off-leash beaches spreading them across our 70 miles of coastline. And of course everyone would have to respect common dog park rules, like picking up after their dogs. If you live in LA County and you like to go to the beach with your dog, then please sign our official election ballot measure by May 15, 2016 to qualify it for the November 8th election. BUT THERE IS A BIG CATCH: We need to collect 200,000 LA County registered voter signatures by May 15, 2016. UNFORTUNATELY, county election laws are complicated and DO NOT ALLOW ONLINE signatures. To make it happen we all have to make a little effort and sign a special paper petition form. We also have to make an effort to get our friends, neighbors, and coworkers to sign it too! HERE IS HOW TO SIGN: 1. Get a petition form: >> Pick up a petition form at WeHo Bistro in West Hollywood. >> Pick up a petition form in many LA County dog parks. >> SELF PRINT a petition form at LAdogbeaches.com (note: print on both sides of one piece of paper) 2. Sign the petition form and get your friends to sign it too. LA County registered voters ONLY. 3. MAIL or BRING your signed petition form to: WeHo Bistro, 1040 N La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069. If you bring your petition form to the WeHo Bistro in person, you will get a free soup or bread pudding as a THANK YOU for helping. No purchase required!

Dancing Dog Massage is proud to support this ballot initiative, and would like to encourage everyone to help get this on the ballot in November! LA County needs more havens of happiness like Rosie's Dog Beach!

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