Dog breeding

Support legal dog breeding by opposing CA Bill AB702


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LOS ANGELES, March 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The International Labradoodle Association, Inc. (ILA), dba Australian Labradoodle Association of America (ALAA), has announced its objection to the California Bill AB702, which aims to limit the capacity of breeders to California to do business. The bill will hurt law-abiding and responsible breeders and pets, and will fail to stop puppy mills. The legislation, if passed, also prohibits the use of guardian homes, which place breeding dogs with families. In addition, the bill prohibits dogs and cats from breeding more than once a year, which interferes with their natural reproductive cycle.

Negative effects of the passage of California Legislation Bill AB702:

  • Targets and forces skilled and law-abiding ranchers to close their doors or withdraw their activities from California.
  • Increases demand for puppies produced by illegally managed kennels and backyard breeders.
  • Promotes shipping of puppies from locations outside of California with little or no regulation.
  • Force of unhealthy and harmful husbandry practices.
  • Invades the privacy of dog and cat owners.
  • Promotes similar legislation in other states.

Advantages of California Breeding regulations in force:

  • Legitimate breeders from ALAA and other organizations must qualify under strict criteria for responsible breeding, including high quality physical and mental treatment of breeders’ dogs and puppies.
  • Restricting breeding to once per year or limiting the age of breeding dogs hampers the ability of breeding veterinarians to guide breeders on the best medical breeding choice for their dogs.
  • Advantages of the sitter house: The sitter houses allow the dog to live in a normal and loving family environment and to have only one house for his life. The guarding system helps breeders manage the number of dogs in their care.

Take action:
ALAA donates to the National Animal Interest Alliance Trust (NAIA) and the Calvary Group; both organizations are actively fighting this bill. ALAA encourages all members and alliances to act immediately to write to their California representatives. Find the local officials here: https://www.naiatrust.org/find-your-elected-officials/. In addition, please sign the ALAA petition at http://chng.it/Tp8MJKJJ.

About the ILA / ALAA:
The International Labradoodle Association, Inc., dba Australian Labradoodle Association of America, consists of approximately 300 breeders and nearly 5,000 pet members while maintaining a database of nearly 100,000 dog and pedigree records verified dating back to its founding in 2004. The organization requires strict guidelines for becoming a breeder member, including health testing requirements, registration of all dogs and puppies, pedigree verification and DNA profile submission . One of ALAA’s most important goals is to promote the responsible breeding of healthy pets. For more information, please visit alaa-labradoodles.com.

Contact:
Alex McEwing, President ALAA
[email protected]

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Petition: Say NO to CA Bill AB702

SOURCE Australian Labradoodle Association of America (ALAA)

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