I guess there were protestors at the Westminster Dog Show holding signs to that effect. I totally disagree, your thoughts?
Answer by Anonymous at 4:27 PM on Feb. 16, 2011
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Answer by MrsDAP at 4:24 PM on Feb. 16, 2011
First of all if the dogs you are getting from a shelter have parvo or Kennel cough or any other canine illness then this "shelter" needs to be reported to the American Humane Society or A.S.P.C.A. immediately, because they are not an actual shelter. Certified shelters have on staff veterinarian's to maintain the health and well being of the animals in their care. Furthermore they legally have to inform you of any illnesses, the dog may have if in some cases they do not have, a vet on staff due to financial reason. Second of all yes SOME of the dogs in shelters have been abused and or neglected, and yes SOME of these dogs have behavior issues, If you were beaten, kicked, and starved on a daily basis SO WOULD YOU! If you are not willing or unable to accept the responsibility or being a dog parent then you shouldn't have one, Dogs like children require lots care and compassion, it's not a designer handbag.
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