SPCA Calling for Ban on Dog Chains

SPCA Calling for Ban on Dog Chains

Montreal (Quebec) 19 August 2015 – Organized by the Montréal SPCA, a stand against the permanent chaining of dogs took place this Saturday in front of the subway station Mont-Royal in Montréal.

A “beautiful giant interactive niche” was installed at the intersection of avenue Mont-Royal and Rivard Street to solicit people passing by to participate in the “cut the chain” campaign said Anita Kapuscinska, spokesman of the Montréal SPCA.

Dogs who lived “life imprisonment” were also presented. Like 10,900 other people, you can also sign the letter addressed to the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Pierre Paradis on the site coupelachaine.ca.

On September 27, the SPCA has also organized a walk in Montréal to raise funds in order to continue its mission to help the animals.

Earlier this week, QMI Agency revealed that the number of complaints of animal cruelty has increased 350% over the last five years in Quebec.

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Tags: chains, dogs, humane, pets

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