Birmingham news Warning over illegal breeders after puppy found with skin disease PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Potential pet owners in the Midlands are being urged to avoid illegal breeders

Birmingham news Warning over illegal breeders after puppy found with skin disease PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Potential pet owners in the Midlands are being urged to avoid illegal breeders

Birmingham news Warning over illegal breeders after puppy found with skin disease PremierLeague-News.Com
23 November 2022 - 13:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Anyone looking to give a dog a loving forever home this Christmas is being urged to avoid illegal breeders after a number of stray pups were found dumped in the Midlands. One such puppy was Dilly the Dachshund, who was picked up from the Wychavon area of Worcestershire earlier this month with a skin disease called mange. According to Worcestershire Regulatory Services, she was also wormbound and undernourished when she was discovered. During recent months, lots of poorly pups and unwanted mums, who have had multiple litters, have been dumped across Worcestershire and Animal Welfare Officer Pip Griffin has said enough is enough. She said: “Illegal greedy breeders are selling ill and undernourished puppies to people who, then faced with huge vet bills, possibly dump them. We are also finding older female dogs who are dumped after having multiple births and being no use to these breeders who want to make a fast buck." READ MORE:Should MPs be allowed to claim Christmas parties on expenses? Have your say “It’s sickening and when you see these poor defenceless animals, who are so loyal and just want to be loved.

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.” She went on to urge potential pet owners to do background checks on breeders before over money or to adopt rather than shop. She continued: “There’s lots of dogs who want loving homes and, while they may not be a ‘fashionable-breed’, will make wonderful companions and additions to a home. "By adopting and not shopping you can help put these unscrupulous breeders put of business and end the suffering to these beautiful animals.” Anyone concerned about the welfare of a dog, can call the Worcestershire Regulatory Services Animal Welfare team on 01905 822799. READ NEXT: Martin Lewis details every benefit that’s going up by 10.1% in April How much energy bills will go up by in April as families face £900 price hike When the energy price cap will change and what it means for your bills Millions to get new £900 cost of living payment in account, Chancellor announces Warm Home Discount rule change explained as 750,000 more people qualify for cash

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