Plans have been submitted to Murray River Council for a dog-breeding facility with 200 adult dogs and 120 puppies in Moama, New South Wales.
The dogs kept there would be forced to have litter after litter of “designer puppies” – English and French bulldogs, cavoodles, and miniature dachshunds – only for them to be taken away when they’re still just babies and sold for profit.
6,800 PETA supporters have written to the council, calling on it to object to this horrific proposal.
The planning application closed to submissions on 22 February 2021.
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