Yet when I reveal someone is doing the wrong thing on a small scale I am told I am prying?
Ahhh so it's the ANKC you have a problem with then? Exactly the same as CD did, I see why you are buddying up with them.The smaller kennels sell to several brokers, if you were members of an ANKC body you would see the same names on the export list time and again, sometimes buying one or pups from a litter sometimes the entire litter, yet the ANKC makes out all breeders are breeding only to better their breed.
Re-read this sentece petal, it makes no sense. I am a bully because I picked on CD for not health testing and breeding purely for coat color, yet I am part of a puppymill because i am a member of a club that promoted ethical breeding of dogs and has a code of ethics that members must abide by. If you are caught deviating from the code you can be booted from the club.All ANKC breeders know this, like it or not, they know they are a part of the biggest mill going, now, knowing this do you pet owners out there still feel like drawing and quartering poor CD who is not well apparently and ought not to be targeted by those doing a spot of cyber bullying in the name of dog welfare, not hard for some to look over their backyard fence, they are standing so deep in their own poo it makes the top and easy reach 'eh.
Thankyou, I will. Once a complaint goes on a members profile, it is there for life, even if they aren't a current member.By the way I am both an ANKC member and have cross bred dogs and breed cross bred dogs, so report that if you please, you will be told it is none of your business nor any business of the ANKC, so making calls about whether or not someone is registered is just prying, nothing more or less.
The law will only help a little, it will stop one off breeders, the ones who just want a pet out of their little fifi, but people like CD who breed several times a year for money will keep on doing it.For those genuinely concerned about dog welfare new laws will soon come in in QLD that will stop most casual breeders, they will need to obtain a breeder number from Gvt. and will not be able to advertise in any Australian venue without one, they will also be held responsible for pups produced and all pups will be linked back to the mother, and of course the breeder. So no need to do a Foo over the fence and poke your nose into others back yards, it is all happening, just takes time.
There are ANKC members who do not health test, true, but these days the more well known kennels, the ones who breed the best quality dogs DO most certainly test. Their reputation is one the line, why wouldn't they.And why is not more made of the fact that many registered ANKC breeders do not test at all and for many breeds they are not required to do any? double standards is right, there is not one totally trouble free breed yet many need not be tested.
The ANKC cannot operate properly unless there are people out there willing to DO SOMETHING about those problem breeders.
They do not have a huge staff that go around checking everyones homes and dogs, they rely on people to "DOB OTHERS IN" so that they can weed out the SCUM.
FINALLY we agree on something.Yep, hang that darn CD.