"You should not examine legislation in the light of the benefits it will convey if properly administered, but in the light of the wrongs it would do and the harm it would cause if improperly administered.”
Lyndon Johnson, 36th President of the United States
Breed specific legislation, mandatory spay/neuter laws, limit laws, restrictive breeder legislation and loss of homeowner's insurance solely because of the breed of dog, etc., are spreading like cancer throughout our communities. State-by-State, County-by-County, Town-by-Town, the Animal Rights Agenda, which is to stop all breeding, and animal ownership, is coming to your area! Are you prepared to defend your rights to keep your beloved dogs, or are you prepared to lose them?
Our legislators are falling victim to the Animal Rights propaganda because we have been silent about the importance of the of the canine/human bond, our knowledge about all things canine and the value of responsible dog breeders to the community. It is up to us as responsible dog owners and breeders to proactively educate the legislators so that when there are canine related issues within the community they look to us as the experts to help solve the perceived problem.
The Latest News
You will find below the lates news from the America Kennel Club website. For more information click here.
Today, the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) published proposed updates to its regulations to make them consistent with existing requirements under the federal Animal Welfare Act AWA). These rules do not represent a change in current USDA policy regarding licensing.
The AKC agrees that no person or animal should ever be left in a situation where their health or safety is in danger. Those who would leave them in such a situation – including a vehicle – should be held accountable. However, as currently written, Assembly Bill 797 could lead to lost dogs, property damage, and other unintended consequences.