A Nova Scotia dog blogger has come up with a novel way to fight puppy mills.
Hearing that a husband and wife dog breeding team were continuing to sell dogs even after their facility was raided, dogs were seized and charges were filed, Joan Sinden took it upon herself to deal their business another blow.
Last week, she bought the Internet domain names of the couple — gailbenoit.ca and danabailey.ca — both of which now link to her web page containing information about their controversial history of selling allegedly unhealthy dogs.
“I just want to educate people,” said Sinden whose blogs is called dogkisser. “I thought someone should do it and I already had most of the information together already.”
Posted by John Woestendiek January 23rd, 2009 under Muttsblog.
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