NAIA President Discusses Dangers of Unregulated Rescue Import Industry

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The absence of regulations on animal shelters and rescues that import hundreds of thousands of dogs, transports them across state borders, and are sold at rescues and shelters threatens the health and safety of American families, homeland security, and animals. In the United States, dog breeding has become highly regulated which has addressed the issue of overpopulation but has adversely increased the demand of importation and rescue transport activities, moving thousands of unregulated dogs all over the country.

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