Thousands Object to Corgi Puppy Farm Expansion

Plans have been submitted to Southern Downs Regional Council for a dog-breeding facility near the Queensland, New South Wales border.

If approved, up to 20 dogs will be kept on site and the “designer” Welsh corgi puppies born there will be taken away and sold interstate or overseas. The operators don’t even intend to allow prospective buyers to inspect the site, since they plan to sell exclusively online.

4,244 PETA supporters have signed a petition to the council, calling on it to object to this horrific proposal.

The planning application closed to submissions on 9 July 2021.

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