OIPA INDIA -http://www.oipa.org/oipa/news/oipaindia.html PFA HARYANA - www.pfaharyana.in ANIMAL RELATED LAWS IN INDIA -http://beaware-ncr.blogspot.com/ Hundreds of thousands of dogs suffer in puppy mills in this country. The dogs are prisoners of greed. They are locked in small cages. They freeze in the winter and swelter in the summer. The dogs never get out of their prisons. They are bred over and over again until they die. The only way to free them from the misery of these horrid puppymills is to eliminate the demand for puppies by refusing to buy a puppy in a pet store and boycotting those pet stores that sell puppies. When people stop buying puppies in pet stores, the puppy mills will go out of business and the misery will end. The central & state governments do not enforce the laws to protect the dogs. The commercial breeders and brokers have huge well-funded lobbying efforts. Please join this fight to free the prisoners of greed. The only person who is going to make a difference for the dogs suffering in puppy mills is you. You, the people, can free them from their puppy mill prisons. -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puppy_farming NARESH KADYAN, REPRESENTATIVE OF OIPA IN INDIA, CHAIRMAN, PFA HARYANA
We knows that AWBI & Animal Welfare Division is very serious to form the rules on the Dog breeding & fish aquarium , a meeting of the committee will be held in Delhi after a couple of days. The offense for violation of the proposed rule may be placed as a cognizable in legal terms with major punishment. As per the section 38 of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960 - all the offenses are non-cognizable with minor punishment.