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Will the government take your pet away?

In April 6, 2013
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Your Pet and The Government

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YES! That is where the new legislation is heading.  Imagine a future when you will only be considered a “guardian” of your animal…no more ownership. Any vet at any time can say you are “unfit”…and there goes your beloved pet into the hands of who-knows-who! Don’t believe me.  Google :”the real agenda of HSUS and Peta” Both are now one in the same.

Although they masquerade as a organization “benefiting the welfare of animals”, they are an organization that means ,as well, to protect animals from YOU!

Their first goal is to save animals from abuse, slaughter, and puppy mills.  All well and good.  But after they shut down the puppy mills, they are coming after me, the “hobby breeder”, and then they are coming after YOU, the pet owner!

How did we get this far?  Well, first of all, we’ve been blindly supporting organizations with agendas below the surface. Now, as our AKC Kennel clubs around the country monitor the incoming bills, we see everything going in the direction that we most feared.

I believe, as a result, someday, if you are lucky enough to obtain a pet, it will be from a shelter only (and our US shelters are already importing dogs from other countries to fill the demand here!) And if not, you will have to obtain one from a very RICH person (at an extravagant price!), just like in the old days when only the wealthy had kennels and dogs! (many of who developed the breeds we enjoy today) Only the wealthy will be able to shoulder the cost of raising dogs in the environment required by the increasing state laws, and all hobby and show breeders will drop out. AND, even then, you will simply be the guardian of that dog.  If you run into a vet at any given time who’s having a bad day, or you have a personality issue with, POOF!  They get the pet taken away from you.  Sound scary?  It should!

I would implore you to do some research into the real agenda of HSUS and Peta, and become active in saving your rights to be a pet owner.

 

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