Urge the Government to Block a Puppy Farm from Going Ahead

A NSW puppy farm near the town of Inverell that has been raided by the RSPCA is set to be given approval to breed up to 300 puppies a year, according to a story on SMH.com.au

The farm was raided by the RSPCA in early 2015 after allegations had been made concerning the bodies of deceased dogs on the property.

The report stated, "one dog had been placed inside a dog food bag and left their to rot".

Animals Right group, Oscars Law, had alerted the RSPCA to the farm after it found grossly inadequate levels of care, as well as the bodies of deceased dogs.

Based on precedent, it seems unwise to allow a puppy breeding farm to go ahead at this facility.

Will you join me in urging the NSW Government to stop this puppy farm at Inverell from going ahead?

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