Don’t Let the USDA Keep Animals Barred From Love

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Don’t Let the USDA Keep Animals Barred From Love

Don’t Let the USDA Keep Animals Barred From Love

The USDA’s standards for puppy breeders are outrageously weak. It’s legal to keep a dog for her entire life in a tiny, wire-floored cage. Dogs can be bred at every opportunity, churning out litter after litter of puppies with no time to rest and recover. These dogs aren’t pets. They don’t get toys or beds to lie on, and don’t go to the vet when they are sick or hurt.

Licensed facilities with sick, neglected or injured animals can stay in business year after year, even though they are breaking the law. The USDA rarely takes any action to stop them.

This federal agency is failing vulnerable animals. Sign our petition if you feel the USDA should step up and truly protect the animals under its oversight.

The USDA’s standards for puppy breeders are outrageously weak. It’s legal to keep a dog for her entire life in a tiny, wire-floored cage. Dogs can be bred at every opportunity, churning out litter after litter of puppies with no time to rest and recover. These dogs aren’t pets. They don’t get toys or beds to lie on, and don’t go to the vet when they are sick or hurt.

Licensed facilities with sick, neglected or injured animals can stay in business year after year, even though they are breaking the law. The USDA rarely takes any action to stop them.

This federal agency is failing vulnerable animals. Sign our petition if you feel the USDA should step up and truly protect the animals under its oversight.

The USDA’s standards for puppy breeders are outrageously weak. It’s legal to keep a dog for her entire life in a tiny, wire-floored cage. Dogs can be bred at every opportunity, churning out litter after litter of puppies with no time to rest and recover. These dogs aren’t pets. They don’t get toys or beds to lie on, and don’t go to the vet when they are sick or hurt.

Licensed facilities with sick, neglected or injured animals can stay in business year after year, even though they are breaking the law. The USDA rarely takes any action to stop them.

This federal agency is failing vulnerable animals. Sign our petition if you feel the USDA should step up and truly protect the animals under its oversight.

 

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