Camp Canine local business, DAWG dog "micro-chipping"
Healthy to the Core rally, Policy Talk with Cathy & David
1. Off-Leash Public Affairs co-producer David Pritchett interviews Mary Sorosky and Jane Sorosky, proprietors of Camp Canine, a homegrown local business for doggie day care on East Montecito Street near Milpas Street in the mixed M-1 zone.
2. Also at Camp Canine, DAWG veteran volunteer Shirley Jansen explains the benefits of "micro-chipping" where a passive integrative transponder (about the size of a rice grain) is injected under the dog skin. A scanner can read the encoded data about the dog with the tag, so naked dogs still can have an identification.
4. The third location in this episode (timecode 17:30 min.) features OLPA co-Producers Cathy Murillo and David Pritchett conversing about local effects of the national health care crisis, skateboard parks, and a proposed Public Works Commission that David would want to form after getting elected to Santa Barbara City Council.
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