Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Dog Breeders In N Ireland Are Looking For Responsibility

Six hundred dog breeders from N Ireland are banning together to help get the department of Agriculture to become more responsible in dealing with the puppy mills.

One dog breed owner named David Hamilton said: This is a licensed breeding establishment and I think people need to understand that a puppy farm is somewhere where animals are treated badly, where there are welfare issues and where they are exploited. That is certainly not the case here, and I'd say that is not the case in the vast majority of licensed breeding establishments.

We all know what the puppy mills though out the world had done to the over population of dogs that are sometimes sick and mistreated. Over the years as we followed Pennsylvania deal with all the puppy mills though out their state and other states that has followed behind them. It’s nice to read that the whole group of breeders are sticking together in trying to establish some guild lines in their business.

Read the article by Martin Cassidy here.

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