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From 7 May 2001 Issue:
Save the St Bernard Dogs Read Petition
China, Malaysia, Taiwan, Phillipines, Korea all love the St Bernard dog because:
St Bernard dogs are resistant to disease
They eat less than other types of dogs
Since they rest a lot they grow more quickly, which would make them ready for butchering in a mere three to four months.
St Bernard dogs reproduce quickly.
On average a St Bernard has nine to twelve puppies once or twice a year which is almost twice as many as with other races.
The Chinese television Station which broadcast this also told the chinese people not to be afraid of the St Bernards as they are very friendly and easygoing. They dont bite people - THESE ARE THE PEOPLE THAT ARE FIRST TORTURING THESE BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS TO RAISE THEIR ADRENALIN LEVEL THEN SKINNING THEM ALIVE.
In the name of all that is good in the world and humanity THIS PRACTICE WILL NOW STOP!
International petition to save Saint Bernards at the following URL: http://www.petitionpetition.com/cgi-bin/cgi12.cgi?petition_id=315
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