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*Photo Courtesy Of: Animal Protection Institute

U.S. ARMY REGULATION PROHIBITS PROVISION OF VETERINARY CARE TO CLIENTS THAT BREED THEIR PETS FOR PROFIT AND ALSO TO CLIENTS THAT CHARGE A FEE TO BREED THEIR PETS.

CLIENTS WHO RECEIVE PROFIT FOR THE BREEDING OF THEIR PETS WILL HAVE ALL ROUTINE VETERINARY PRIVILEGES REVOKED.

This Japanese Report Illustrates the Results of Poor Breeding/Puppy Mill breeding ---

 


THERE'S NO NEED TO BREED IN OKINAWA!!!!!!

 


 

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Currently, we are recruiting new members to assist us with our battle to END BREEDING FOR PROFIT by Americans in Okinawa. 

While Okinawa is falling victim to the pet breeding industry because of the sustained interest in buying "purebred" ( a term to be used lightly here in Okinawa) dogs and cats, we must first begin by policing our OWN - those who contribute to the ever-growing dog and cat populations in Okinawa.

VOICES 4 ANIMALS does not discriminate - whether it is PIT BULLS or CHIHUAHUAS being bred for profit, it MUST END.

Those Americans who intentionally breed their pets in Okinawa, whether for profit or not, undeniably hold partial responsibility for the thousands of dogs and cats gassed to death every year in Okinawa.

WHEN THE BREEDING STOPS, SO DOES THE KILLING.

A priority is being placed on the breeding for profit of PIT BULLS BY AMERICANS in Okinawa... here's why:

  • Voices4Animals has spent the past year studying the ever-increasing regulations and legislation regarding the ownership of breeds deemed "aggressive" or "dangerous" - internationally.  Whether this title is earned or not by a breed, the fact remains that Pit Bulls in particular have received a bad wrap - and it is sticking.
  • It cannot be denied that 48 U.S. States now ban, regulate, or legislate in some way the ownership of Pit Bulls in America.
  • Pit Bulls are now banned in MOST of the E.U. countries, and cannot be imported there.
  • Legislation is currently pending in hundreds of cities and provinces across the world.
  • When a U.S. service member purchases a pit bull from a breeder here in Okinawa, ultimately they face PCSing.
  • What happens when this service member is unable to take the dog back with them to the U.S. because they are PCSing to: (1) a state, county or city that has banned them  (2) the country they are PCSing to has banned entry of the breed into their country?

Answer:  They are left behind in Okinawa.

PIT BULL FIGHTING is alive and well in Okinawa.  While the breeders claim they do not condone this activity, they cannot guarantee that the offspring of their breedings did not end up in the Friday Night Fight Rings in Okinawa.

Who brought Pit Bulls to Okinawa?  Americans did... which makes us ultimately responsible that this blood sport exists here.

Whether it's a Dachshund or a German Shepherd, a Chihuahua or an American Pit Bull - Okinawa is NO place to bring yet MORE puppies into. They have ENOUGH problems with their existing oki-mix population explosion.

If you are a breeder - BE RESPONSIBLE!  Save your breeding for the U.S.  

No reputable breeder would subject their beloved pet's offspring to an uncertain future in Okinawa. 

If you are one of the pit bull breeders in Okinawa - I urge you to visit this link:

http://www.idausa.org/denver_frame.html

Do you want this to happen to YOUR DOGS, or YOUR DOGS' OFFSPRING?  In Defense of Animals (IDA) is fighting for the lives of PIT BULLS IN DENVER who have been unfairly targeted, confiscated, and doomed to die simply because of their breed.  Denver is just ONE city who is acting on fear - and this is sure to catch on. 

PLEASE STOP BREEDING YOUR DOGS TO UNCERTAIN FUTURES - do NOT BREED IN OKINAWA where your dogs could be left behind, and doomed to die in one of the shelters.

If you want to join this crusade against breeding in Okinawa - please contact:

[email protected]

 


 

Want to know if you're PCSing to a State that BANS certain breeds?  Please visit:

http://www.hsus.org/web-files/PDF/Dogfighting_StateLaws_citations_June05.pdf

 

The Humane Society of the United States offers a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any person who organizes, participates in, promotes, or officiates at cockfights or dogfights.

http://www.hsus.org/pets/issues_affecting_our_pets/dog_eat_dog_the_bloodthirsty_underworld_of_dogfighting.html

 


Advertising Your Breeding Intentions On The Internet...

ie:  JAPAN UPDATE, STARS & STRIPES, etc....

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I will PERSONALLY turn your information, your ad, and all contact info to the Veterinary Clinic, HOUSING, and to the COMMANDS of ALL MILITARY BASES IN OKINAWA.


 

THINK BEFORE YOU BREED....

 

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