Ban Ohio Dog Auctions

Posted by: Kathy  /  Category: How to care for your Shih-Tzu puppy
Coalition to Ban Ohio Dog Auctions
Coalition to Ban Ohio Dog Auctions is a registered Political Action Committee (PAC) with the Ohio Secretary of State and is recognized as a §501(c)(4) organization by the Internal Revenue Service


S
ince 2004, the Ohio Dog Auctions have grown into anything but run-of-the-mill.

Breeders who participate in these auctions are raising large numbers of dogs and puppies with profit as the primary motive for existence. Many of  them are found to be unhealthy, not screened for genetic diseases, do not show resemblance to the breed standard and lack good temperament.

The picture shown above is just one of hundreds of dogs represented at this auction.

Participants at this auction travel from many surrounding states, including some, such as Pennsylvania, where public dog auctions are illegal.

One of those participants, breeder Wanda (McDuffee) Kretzman of Minnesota, has been issued multiple citations by the USDA, two of those participants, breeders Kathy Jo Bauck of Minnesota and Lanzie “Junior” Horton of Ohio, have been convicted of animal cruelty and one of those participants, breeder Daniel P. Esh of Pennsylvania, had his licensed revoked March 19, 2010 by the Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement.

It’s a sad life for man’s best friend.  And a business managed by a tremendous amount of corruption and consumer fraud.

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Click here to learn how you can help ban Ohio dog auctions


“I saw dogs with fleas, cherry eyes, nails so long that they curled into the pads of their feet…”


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The next Ohio Dog Auction is May 22 (Back to the Kennel) at Farmerstown Sale Barn in Farmerstown, OH.

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