puppy farming

Puppy Farms

Companion animals are a big part of Australian culture with around 5 million of the 7.5 million households in Australia being homes to dogs, cats and other animals. The companion animal industry is big business and estimates suggest it generates a profit of $8 billion annually. 

ALQ is working to promote three ideals:

1) Entirely shut down puppy factory farming in QLD; 
2) Mandatory sale exclusively of only adopted pets from registered shelters in pet shops and online trading. 
3) Promote the adopt don't shop message for your next pet.

Qld Puppy Farm Submissions Closing Soon

The Queensland Government recently announced a Bill (Animal Management (Protecting Puppies) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2016) to protect dogs and puppies in this state. While some of the proposed changes are very welcome, the legislation falls well short of what we believe is really needed to protect these animals and put a stop to puppy farming. Read more...

Make a submission

Please make a submission by 9 March 2016.

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