As hundreds of thousands responsible breeders and dog owners across the country continue to vehemently and rightfully so oppose the new proposed USDA/APHIS rules the ever controversial HSUS (publically opposed to hunting and who many believe have an agenda that includes eliminate animal use, ownership, and breeding and more) speaks out against the American Kennel Club in this ABC report found at http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/humane-society-accuses-american-kennel-club-protecting-puppy/story?id=16740709 . Wow…. Stay tuned.
By CINDY GALLI
In what could become a nasty dogfight, the Humane Society of the United States alleged today that the American Kennel Club is thwarting efforts to prevent animal cruelty by blocking laws that would crack down on so-called “puppy mills, and is also blocking a new federal law that would greatly expand inspections of breeders who sell dogs over the internet.
“This is one of the most important dog welfare reforms of the decade, and AKC is opposing it,” Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of the Humane Society of the US, told ABC News.
In a 13-page report called “The American Kennel Club: No Longer ‘The Dog’s Champion?’,” the HSUS accuses the world’s largest purebred dog registry, which collects membership fees from thousands of dog breeders, of blocking laws across the country that would crack down on puppy mills – and affect the AKC’s members…”
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