Edmonton Humane Society – They have a number of animals advertised for sale of various breeds and ages
Sunday, November 27, 2016 Edmonton Pet Supplies & Activities
Did you know that the Edmonton Humane Society has an Animal Protection team which you can report animal cruelty and neglect to? Our Animal Protection Officers (APOs) enforce Alberta’s Animal Protection Act within the City of Edmonton, and rely on the community to be WATCHDOGs and report any concerns.

In light of recent incidents regarding irresponsible breeders, here are a few points from our APOs that should raise a red flag when researching breeders…

- They are unwilling to show a potential buyer the parents of an animal and their living conditions
- They import animals at a low cost and sell them for a high profit
- They will only meet at a neutral location, like a store parking lot
- They have a number of animals advertised for sale of various breeds and ages
- They won’t show paperwork for any veterinary care that they say has been provided
- They sell animals without a health contract and return policy
- They have bad reviews on social media

The Edmonton Humane Society does not support the irresponsible breeding of domesticated animals, and recommends you do thorough research before you buy - ask questions, ask for references, and be aware of red flags!

Learn more about how to report animal cruelty here --> http://bit.ly/2chRwlq

#AdoptDontShop #AnimalProtection #BeAWATCHDOG
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