ARs Want No Pets Sold: Proof, Just read………

This was forwarded to us, and of course, it’s an Animal Rights Demented Lifestyle Belief; following that is some of the worst proposed “pet breeder” laws ever produced…………….

HOW CAN WE STOP THE SALE OF PETS?

I don’t believe there is such a thing as responsible breeding with the present situation at hand. With 4-5 million innocent  adoptable pets  murdered in a never ending and senseless cycle of extermination, which is reprehensible , how can any breeder claim they are not responsible. This is an immoral act to kill animals who look up to people to protect them and instead they are betrayed just because of peoples greed, ignorance and lack of compassion.

We have a throw away mentality and the life of people and animals has no value to way too many people.. Anyone who buys from breeders, anyone who breeds and anyone who dumps an animal are responsible parties for the overabundance of and killing of animals.

When people talk about lines of dogs, and the 3rd generation king or queen of the blah blah breed and all that status and all the breeding lingo I feel sick because it perpetuates the idea that mutts are not worthy of living and only pure breeds have value.

And the insensitive and somewhat shallow young women who buy designer dogs and put them in pocketbooks as accessories making fashion statements is disgusting.It is absolutely upsetting when breeders blame everything on the people who dump.

Instead of people calling themselves responsible breeders,they shouldbecome a person who is responsible for his action sand stop adding to the overpopulation of dogs and admit you are one part of this problem. Be part of the solution, not the execution of animals.

Anyone who breeds and rescues at the same time is metaphorically pulling a drowning dog from the water with the left hand and with the right hand pushing a dog underwater and killing it. There is no justification for animals for sale.
The only ethical reason to breed would be if dogs are needed as service dogs but right now there are enough pure breeds that can be used for service dogs that are up for adoption.
Breeders have the most ridiculous justification; from a very uneducated woman who couldn’t even spell who claimed it is America so she can do what she wants to do (which is to breed for a hobby and give puppies away for free) to people who say they can do what they want to make money.Every Tom, Dick and Harry backyard breeder are trying to make a fast buck online by selling puppies as objects.
And then I would think the so called responsible breeders, if they reallycared and loved dogs would not want to see their breed of choice killed in shelters and that they would try to help save them. Breeders can stop breeding, they can rescue their breeds from death row,work with local rescue, they can work with the dogs, train them, give them a makeover or whatever and get them ready for adoption, get an adoption fee and make some money from that.
Breeders can sell products instead of live creatures. And because people are not independent thinkers they do follow famous people etc. Obama needs to receive more letters but in a really organized way with high volumes of letters at one time from all the rescue people he has now disappointed. We can have call in Obama week, have people send in links to videos from individuals. Obama can still say something to the public about adoption and that he realized what he did was not the best choice.
If  animal lovers organize and put their foot down, something can be done to end the sale of companion animals and shut down pet stores that sell these animals and put an end to the highly ignorant people selling pets all over the internet.
One way is to make them get licenses that the fee is so high and have to pay taxes on each pet sold that somehow this could put a dent in the industry or something with zoning laws or work to legislate once and for all no companion animals for sale. Great minds organized can do the impossible. History will show you that.
There is a real ignorance perpetuated that shelter dogs are problem dogs. The only problems are people and why should dogs pay with their very life and end upbeing brutally killed and some even by unethical methods to save money.
It is about money. How dare breeders deny they have no part in this problem. Let them all march to the shelter and watch a petrified little dog being held down and murdered. For what? Killing healthy adoptable pets and in horrible ways, and then throwing them out in big plastic bags in the garbage must stop.Stop this insanity now!
Speak up and say no to the sale of pets. The time has come for the situation is so out of control and since people are so selfish and uncaring I believe they should have their rights taken away and not be able to sell pets. And now on top of everything people getting rid of pets because of the economy-something must be done.. And the only way it can be stopped is by mass outcry from around the world and done in a co-ordinated way. 
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If YOU have ever had ANY doubt that Animal Rights doesn’t think exactly this way, then you need to do more research.

The 12 Steps of Animal Rights says this and has said it since the 1980’s. Stop the sale of pets, and stop the breeding of pets.

Bad Anti-pet laws proposed:

SENATE BILL 4515   New York (for a copy of the bill, go to
http://www.trendtrack.com/texis/walks/ny/text09.html?type=SB&number=4515 )
Senate Bill 4515 would require the registration and regulation of animal breeders.  SB 4515 features many problematic provisions, including:

*    Defining “breeder” as any person who breeds three or more
animals for sale per year for profit.  Any person defined as a “breeder”
will be required to obtain a breeder license annually.  The definition
exempts from the definition duly incorporated humane societies.  The
threshold contained in this definition is overbroad and will apply the
vast majority of dog breeders, thereby making enforcement impossible.

*    Imposing stringent engineering requirements for animals’ primary
enclosures.  As currently worded, these strict requirements will apply
to all locations where dogs are housed, including the private residences
of those classified as a ‘breeder’ under this law
.  This will
potentially require thousands of dollars in extensive upgrades to be made to some individuals’ residences. 

[Petdefense: The only reason for this law, is to stop hobby breeders, to make it too expensive, and to subject them to illegal seizure]

*    Mandating twice-a-year inspections of breeders’ facility to be
conducted at the breeder’s expense
.  This additional, undefined fee could significantly the resources breeders need for caring for their
animals.  Additionally, due to the low threshold contained in the
definition of “breeder” listed above, the number of inspections required under this new law will create an enforcement nightmare for New York state officials. 

*    Limiting “pet dealers” in New York to obtaining dogs only from
New York State licensed “breeders.”  This requirement will inhibit many responsible purebred dog breeding programs by arbitrarily limiting operations; and will affect the health of many breeding programs by unreasonably and arbitrarily limiting gene pool diversity.  [Petdefense: This appears on its face to force business owners to limit “buying” to the state of NY business; this is almost certainly a commerce clause issue and unconstitutional.  The state cannot force buyers to limit buying from NY businesses—whether a car, a refrigerator, or an animal.]

SENATE BILL 4690 (for a copy of the bill, go to
http://assembly.state.ny.us/leg/?bn=SB4690&sh=t)

Senate Bill 4690 seeks to impose ownership limits and allow seizure of certain animals.  The AKC opposes the following measures in SB 4690:

*    Limit any person from owning more than 50 unsterilized dogs.
The AKC believes that numerical limits do not address the underlying issues of responsible ownership and proper dog care.  Additionally, this definition does not exclude dogs under a certain age; as such, many responsible purebred dog breeders could inadvertently exceed this arbitrary limit by having several large litters.   , or any agent or officer of any duly incorporated society for the prevention of cruelty to animals to seize dogs kept in violation of the proposed 50 dog limit
if certain due process requirements are met.
  The bill does not detail the fate of animals seized pursuant to this bill.   [Petdefense: But we can guarantee you that they will be able to seize all of them/re sell them as “rescued” for any price they want. such as HSUS and Best Friends already are doing?]

*    Amend the existing definition to “pet dealer” to include any
person who engages in the sale or offering for sale of more than nine
animals per year for profit at wholesale or to the public, including
breeders who sell animals directly to consumers or at wholesale
.  By
expanding this definition, more New Yorkers will be required to adhere to the many statutory provisions required of pet dealers in New York. 

*    Allow any police officer, any agent or officer of the American
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Petdefense Note: HSUS was unsuccessful in convincing both the COURTS and the FEDERAL GOVT to change the laws. HSUS then decided they would PROPOSE, EN MASSE,  State Laws in the majority of states where people buy/sell animals, to convicne every state that these “proposed” laws are necessary and compelling based on the lawsuit that HSUS has filed in AZ against the Hunte Corp and Petland to stop the SALE OF PETS.  

Do not believe for even one second, that these laws are proposed for any other reason other than TO OUTLAW THE SALE AND BUYING OF PETS BY SETTING UP LAWS which are targeting:

Buyers of Pets–to stop the ability to buy a pet of any kind

Sellers of Pets–to stop the ability to afford to even sell a pet

Importing of Pets–to stop the ability to obtain for sale

Rescue of Pets–to stop more rescues from being done which help shelters.  HSUS doesn’t actually want shelter dogs saved. No lie.

Transfer of Pets–to stop the “transfer” of any animals, because “transfer” is an element of “ownership.” Legally. 

Moving Pets in Interstate Commerce—by Prohibiting the sale to any other non residents, by prohibiting the buying only to same state sellers. This is not constitutional. If you only wanted to save animals you would not be making unconstitutional provisions. 

WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Concerned New Yorkers are strongly encouraged to contact the members of
the Senate Agriculture Committee listed below.  Respectfully yet
strongly let them know that you oppose both Senate Bill 4515 and Senate
Bill 4690, and urge them to do the same. 

New York Senate Agriculture Committee:

Senator Darrel J. Aubertine, Chairman
Room 903, Legislative Office Building
Albany, New York 12247
Phone: (518) 455-2761
E-mail: aubertin@senate.state.ny.us

Senator William T. Stachowski
Room 802, Legislative Office Building
Albany, NY 12247
Phone:  (518) 455-2426
Fax:  (518) 426-6851
E-mail: stachows@senate.state.ny.us

Senator Velmanette Montgomery
Room 306, Legislative Office Building
Albany, NY 12247
Phone:  (518) 455-3451
Fax:  (518) 426-6854
E-mail: montgome@senate.state.ny.us

Senator Neil D. Breslin
Room 502, Capitol Building
Albany, NY 12247
Phone:  (518) 455-2225
Fax:  (518) 426-6807
E-mail: breslin@senate.state.ny.us

Senator David J. Valesky
Room 416, Capitol Building
Albany, New York 12247
Phone: (518) 455-2838
Fax: (518) 426-6885
E-mail: valesky@senate.state.ny.us 

Senator Catharine M. Young
Room 513, Legislative Office Building
Albany, New York 12247
Phone: (518) 455-3563
Fax: (518) 426-6905
To e-mail Senator Young, go to
http://www.nyssenate57.com/57/Contact.aspx.   

Senator James L. Seward
Room 711B, Legislative Office Building
Albany, NY 12247
Phone: (518) 455-3131
To e-mail Senator Seward, go to
http://www.senatorjimseward.com/51/Contact.aspx.

Senator George H. Winner, Jr.
Room 415, Legislative Office Building
Albany, NY 12247
Phone: (518) 455-2091
Fax: (518) 426-6976
To e-mail Senator Winner, go to
http://www.nyssenate53.com/53/Contact.aspx.   

Senator Michael Ranzenhofer
Room 315, Legislative Office Building
Albany, NY 12247
Phone: (518) 455-3161
Fax: (518) 426-6963
To e-mail Senator Ranzenhofer, go to
http://nyssenate61.com/61/Contact.aspx

For more information, contact AKC’s Government Relations Department at
(919) 816-3720, or e-mail doglaw@akc.org.     

Government Relations Department
American Kennel Club
8051 Arco Corporate Drive
Suite 100
Raleigh, NC 27617-3390
(919) 816-3720
(919) 816-4275 FAX

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