News from Victoria – another Geelong puppy factory

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“Our latest undercover investigation has revealed distressing conditions for about 30 dogs on a puppy factory in Meredith, near Geelong.

For the last 48 hours we have tried to get authorities to act. Now we need your help to increase the pressure. The code of practice is very clear and is mandatory. Only local Council officers can inspect under, and enforce this mandatory code of practice. Golden Plains Shire media spokesperon stated “The visit found all dogs on the property are registered with Council and conditions are fine”.

It is not acceptable to collect money for dog registrations and then allow the animals to endure conditions that are so bad that they are suffering and dying…..

To read the rest of this disturbing puppy factory report, click here..

Please take a good look at the pictures.

DRP Comment: What is it with this part of Victoria and their Councils who refuse to act? Over 100 puppy factories in Victoria??

Actions you can take:

Please take the actions asked for on the Prisoners For Profit website. Do it now!


3 thoughts on “News from Victoria – another Geelong puppy factory

  1. Tina Harris July 7, 2010 / 10:57 am

    I have sent the emails and hope this can in some way help. What I don’t understand is why the RSPCA Victoria didn’t remove the dogs. Is it humane to leave tiny, short haired dogs in freezing wet conditions ? What was their reasoning?

  2. Lynne Oliver July 31, 2010 / 10:05 am

    Why do these poor animals have to endure these dreadful conditions, I am at a loss to know. They think feel and suffer just as we would, all they have is us, they need us to fulfil their every need and in return they give love and loyalty. People who do this to animals are sub human, their rights should be taken away and they should be jailed. There should be much tougher laws but alas it all comes down to the almight doller doesn’t it.

  3. Diana S July 31, 2010 / 7:35 pm

    It needs people who care about the animals who reside in these council areas to contact the ‘powers that be’ to do something about these horrendous farms. The more locals who speak out the better. (Not discounting anyone else who wishes to complain as well.) If councils and governments have enough complaints then they will be forced to act.

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