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LOCAL COUNCIL EMPLOYEES VESTED INTEREST IN PUPPY FARMS

(Some possible answers)

1.

There should be at least three organisations who recommend kennels, breeders etc, have a licence. At present it is just Local Council Environmental Health Officers who do this and a minority of these do not even like animals. The Born Free Foundation encouraged similar schemes regarding zoos which resulted in many zoos being closed.

2.

Instead of licences being given for one year, as they are at the moment, they should be for six months, with the authority to close down anywhere at short notice should the need arise.

3.

If there were three different organisations inspecting kennels (possibly by people from outside of the area being inspected) every six months, this should work on a rota system which will hopefully reduce the possibility of vested interests. As follows:

* A total of twelve people from the three organisations, four from each organisation.

* One person from each organisation inspecting premises every six months, so that each group of three people visit every two years.

* Organisations such as the RSPCA, National Canine Defence League, and the Blue Cross Animal Hospital would be the best types of groups to carry out this work.

4.

For only very limited amounts of money to be allowed for payment of any animal (for spaying and neutering costs, innoculations, etc).

5.

For all animals presently at puppy-farms to be given to caring animal welfare groups, to be spayed or neutered, microchipped adn found good homes. This would help prevent puppy-farm owners destroying the animals, should they no longer be able to make money out of them.

6.

For only caring and reponsible groups, (inspected in the same way as descibed in paragraphs one to three above), to be allowed to take animals in and find good homes for them.

7.

For all domestic animals, including rabbits and other smaller animals, to be spayed or neutered and a registration scheme.
 

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