When it comes to animals, we meant that responsibility matters.

responsibility matters HThis responsibility is not easy to handle, it requires a lot of effort to apply daily, weekly, monthly attention. You may be blamed because of excessive caring or being tagged as the mother of her pets who chooses to worry too much. That’s where we step in. Who are we you ask, well….

Dillan Smith

An honest supporter of animal rights/site designer and writer- Is certainly pressed into action to believe in what he does, to ensure that rights are provided to all animals that are exploited in this modern age. All the unethical events which happen out of necessity for home-bred animals are covered to insure that the news concerning this gets out there.

Joan Dorsey

Supporter of animal rights/site designer and writer- One should immediately notice all the people who commit crimes against animals should be treated like a criminal from the start. Nobody just falls into economic hardship only to end-up breeding puppies for a living. It’s simply a crime of fashion to cash in on special breeds that many celebrities are pushing on the public. Many people do not realize the dangers in special mix breeds and the unpredictable nature of ‘status’ pets

Don Mahone

An active supporter of animal breeding laws/special reporting writer- We all should know that animals need emotional support and lots of attention, yet the public is being told the opposite on a daily basis. The most recent wave of animal attacks towards owners is not a mistake, but more of a wake up call to begin new and restrictive breeding laws from state to state. That’s where Don stands firm, making it painfully clear that pet control should be a main priority.

To sum things up, many readers has asked us why do we write about so many negative things? The answer is simple, for it encourages people to get outside of their zone of comfort, and be inspired to inform others about the dangers of over-bred animals, animal breeding mills, and new pet laws for animal breeding control. Send us your thoughts on what else is a problem and we’ll cover it to our best intent. Keep sending your comments here:

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