Since at least 2010, if you wanted to make sure you were buying a dog from a reputable breeder, you could search for the breeder on the USDA’s website, which listed known animal abusers, including puppy mills.
Inexplicably, this information has been removed from the site. Their suggestion is that you instead file a request under the Freedom of Information Act, which could take years before you get a response.
Please join me in asking the Trump administration to restore this information to make it easy to access. Sign the petition.
The US Presidential election cycle will finally end this Tuesday, for which we can all be grateful! As we highlighted in past posts, Secretary Clinton appears to be a dog lover, while Mr. Trump continues to compare people to dogs in a mostly derogatory way. Not that this would be the deciding factor in your vote, but who do you hope will win?
Have you decided which major candidate to vote for yet? Given that this election has deteriorated to the point of silliness several times, we now bring you one possible distinction that might matter to you. (Or you might consider it more silly than any of the others.)
You may remember during the 2012 election, Romney drew criticism for strapping his dog crate onto the top of his vehicle with the dog inside during family vacations. Which of this year’s candidates has a better record on animal welfare? With thanks to PetMD, we present the following comparison. Continue reading Clinton & Trump: Animal Rights→
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