Veterinarian Dr. Jeffrey Harkins has been at the forefront of this fight.

He has become one of the most vocal advocates for a statewide program to end the deaths of dogs in Los Angels parks.

He says there are more than a half million animals in Los Angelenos’ parks and on city sidewalks that are at risk of dying from preventable conditions like pneumonia and obesity.

He is a vocal advocate for a nationwide program to save the lives of dogs.

Harkins said he has worked to save hundreds of dogs, and he believes the city can do more to save dogs.

He told the Los Angeles Times he has spoken to over 1,000 animal rescue groups that have taken a stand in their cause and want to be involved.

He said he is a very outspoken person and he will be forever grateful for his work.

Harkin is one of a handful of vets in the country who are taking on the fight to save animals.

Many of them are dedicated animal lovers who are fighting for the well-being of their animals.

They also believe in the mission of helping animals, but have taken on the challenge of saving lives.

One of the main reasons they are taking the fight on is because they want to help the animals they see and care for.

Harnings said there are many reasons why he and other vets in Southern California are so passionate about saving the lives and well-beings of dogs and cats.

They believe that animals deserve a safe environment to live, to play and to be loved.

They do not want to see them die.

Hays, the Riverside veterinarian, said she sees a huge difference between the way the people around her see dogs.

She said people are concerned about the dogs and the animals, which can lead to fear and mistrust.

The vets hope the public will look at these dogs and realize how much love they have.

Havens said she thinks the public has the power to change minds.

She believes if people saw the animals for who they are, they would love them.

She said people see animals and see that the animals have a deep need for love and attention, but sometimes they do not understand the need for care.

She added, animals need love too.

She also said people need to understand that animals can live as long as they love, but if we let people put pressure on them, they can’t take care of themselves.

Harens, the animal control supervisor for Riverside, said the issue of animals in parks has become a major focus in his department and that people need time to process what they have seen.

He said people have to ask themselves if this is how we are supposed to treat animals in this country.

Herns said he thinks it is important to give the public a voice on the issue.

He believes people need an opportunity to have a say and to speak out about this issue.

Hennings said the public needs to get involved and to stop the negative perception of people who don’t believe in saving lives of animals.

Harys said the majority of people do not know much about animal care.

Herns explained to the Times that he is not against saving animals but he does not want the public to be led into the trap of thinking we don’t care about animals.

He added that people are just trying to save money.

Harens said that the majority can afford to spend hundreds of dollars on a pet.

Hensley said he believes that people do need to look at what the animals can do.

He explained that people should be able to live long, healthy lives, but they need to learn about the importance of being well cared for and taking care of their pets.

Hensley also said the health of an animal is important and that many people don’t understand the importance and importance of caring for an animal.

He also said he does understand the public’s desire for better public education and better education about the animals in their parks.

He explained that he believes it is not the animals’ fault that they are not being cared for.

He also said animals can suffer and die at the hands of humans and the city.

Haly said he agrees with Harnings in wanting to help animals and that they should be protected from those who don.

Haly said that animals should be kept in parks and not allowed to run loose.

He believes it should be easier for people to understand the problems that animals have.

He added, “We should not force people to be better parents.

We should not be forced to be more responsible for our pets.”

Harners said that there is no reason why the public should not know about these issues.

He pointed to a video that has been floating around the Internet where an elderly man walks by a dog on a leash.

Harnes said that person walks past the dog and thinks, “Well, what’s wrong with that dog?

Is it sick?”

Harnes then explains, “That is not