LET’S CHANGE things so that the Veterinarian and future Veterinarians have the right to be trained/continue to practice these beneficial elective surgeries
. Most may already be aware that in the past few days, a British Columbia Veterinarian has voiced their opinion on ear cropping and tail docking, two elective surgeries that are beneficial to the preservation of our Purebred breeds.
As we are owners, breeders of purebred dogs that support our Veterinarians, believe it is our responsibility to notify the Public that the time is now to put a stop to the radical beliefs that are instilling fear in the general public and forcing them to feel guilty for loving a Purebred Dog. This type of agenda has been distributed all over the world, if people who owned or loved a purebred only spoke up sooner in Australia and United Kingdom they would not be struggling so today, in regaining the very rights that Animal Rights activists have succeeded in taking away, the right where veterinarian and client work together for the betterment of the dog.
Although the BC Vet emphasizes his postings are “graphic images of the procedures and creating the analogies between ear cropping and cutting parts of human ears may be too graphic and upsetting”. There has been no apology nor have they been removed. Instead, BC Vet, allows members of their community to use threats and abusive language towards anyone that loves or owns a docked or cropped pet. In the last few days, People have been faced with criticism and even harsh verbal insults for posting relevant and justifiable information proving that ear cropping and tail docking, should be made legal all across the world, a choice between Owner and Breeder in consultation with their Veterinarian.
One person said that “Excuse my language but those who crop ears on puppies...id tie you down and cut your fu**in ears off...” If you were someone that cared about your clients a comment such as this would be removed. No instead, BC Vet continues to threaten that they will not stop until Docking and Cropping are illegal, at any cost ...! One must remember that no animals were suffering as the result of Docking, Cropping or Dewclaw removal being performed, it is through activists like this that are willing to do anything whether it is right or wrong.
With so many people being ignored attacked and the decision to come forward and voice our opinion and hold one of our own surveys that will collect information hopefully demonstrating to Legislators in having them consider the importance of the purebred dog and its breeders. Prove that there is no need to create new laws that penalize law-abiding citizens and curtail breeding of purebred dogs. That is important to keep legal the right for veterinarians to perform elective surgeries that are beneficial to the preservation of our breeds. Most of all not to become a tool of the radicals who seek to end all breeding through their financially driven, legislative efforts.
A responsible Breeder, Owner or Veterinarians always put the well-being of dogs first and that is why we should never stop fighting until ear cropping, tail docking and dewclaw removal are legal worldwide. New Zealand did it, and Scotland is not close behind.
I think it is important for us to imagine what it would be like with no Dobermans, Boxers, Pembroke Welsh Corgis, sheepdogs, the German Short-haired pointers, Rottweiler’s and various other Docked, Cropped and Dewclaw removed breeds. If Docking and Cropping and Dewclaw removal are not protected, this will be the result.
WE NEED TO CHANGE things so that the Veterinarian and future Veterinarians have the right to be trained/continue to practice these beneficial elective surgeries and that is why we have decided to do a survey on this issue and need your help.
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If you are in support of making ear cropping and tail docking not only legal but to bring it back to the curriculums of our Veterinarian colleges, than we need your support.
We can’t allow politics to take precedence over the health and well-being of our Purebred dogs,