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Puppy Farm Awareness Day: The Kennel Club is in No Position to Preach

Did you know, The Kennel Club have cashed the cheques and endorsed the registrations from high volume breeders (more than 10 litters per year) – the sort of breeders you and I may refer to as puppy farmers? Why does it matter? Well, The Kennel Club, you see, are keen to bring your attention to the plight of puppy farmed dogs and the horrors those pups are subjected to by the commercial dog dealers who produce them. They’re also keen to tell you that the solution lies in the Kennel Club’s very own Accredited Breeder Scheme (convenient, eh?). Tell me, please, in what other walk of life do you get to take (and bank) the money of the very people you are campaigning against and NOT be called a hypocrite for it?

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Puppy Farm Awareness Day: The Kennel Club is in No Position to Preach

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  3. The Kennel Club Accredited Breeder Scheme – Has it Failed Already?
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