New Braunfels, TX will convene a meeting of the Animal Services Advisory Board tomorrow, March 3 at 6:00pm to discuss options and recommendations for the development of an ordinance to regulate the sales of dogs within commercial animal establishments. This ordinance could limit pet choice and consumer protections for New Braunfels area families seeking a dog that fits their needs and lifestyle.
Retail pet sales bans/ restrictions limit consumer protections and choice, while doing nothing to actually help dogs. A better solution is to consider broad consumer protection and cruelty laws that hold all accountable who sell or transport dogs and continuing to allow pet stores to source from all humane sources including from licensed breeders.
For more talking points on this issue, visit www.akcgr.org/petchoice.
How to help:
AKC encourages dog owners in New Braunfels to contact the Neighborhood Services Manager, Bryan Ruiz to submit written comments. Mr. Ruiz can be reached at: email@example.com
Additionally, please forward this to any friends you may know in the New Braunfels area.
AKC Government Relations continues to monitor all Texas legislation impacting dog owners. For more information, contact AKC GR at firstname.lastname@example.org