president Wayne Pacelle nonetheless had the chutzpah to focus his Mother’s Day and “Day of Giving” appeal on HSUS activity pertaining to “puppy mills.” Implored Pacelle, “As we honor mothers everywhere this weekend, let’s remember the plight of dogs who spend their entire lives caged in puppy mills.
218 had already cleared both the Vermont house of representatives and the Vermont senate and had been sent to Governor Phil Scott to be signed into law before the markedly reduced space requirements for dog breeding kennels came to the notice of animal advocacy organizations and news media.
218 from the Vermont Humane Federation, the Vermont Federation of Dog Clubs, which represents dog breeders, and the Vermont Veterinary Medical Association.
Vermont Volunteer Services for Animals is not a member of the Vermont Humane Federation.
218, the same alleged misinterpretation can easily be made by other law enforcement personnel, judges, and defense attorneys, all to the disadvantage of the dogs whom H.