Dog Breeding Reform Sought

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dog_testPuppy mills and poor breeding conditions lead to health issues in both the puppies and in the mothers who are often times bred without thought for their health and well-being. A member of the BlogPaws Team, Felissa Elfenbein is a member of a group, National Alliance for Dog Breeding Reform (NADBR), that is seeking volunteers to ensure that dogs are, “shown kindness, treated humanely and bred using only medically sound practices.”

In a press release, Elfenbein NADBR’s Director of Social Media was quoted as saying, “Anyone purchasing or adopting a puppy should invest the time to ensure they get one that has been bred, raised and cared for properly.”

Read the rest of the release about what a potential pet parent should look for when purchasing a new pet.

 

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