Operation: Put a Little Love in Your Heart
Day 2 - Have a Heart for Sled Dogs
Operation: Put a Little Love in Your Heart turns its sights north, to our
friends in Canada. As most of you probably know, it has recently been made
public that a company killed 100 healthy sled dogs, brutally and callously,
because of a downturn in the tourist industry in the aftermath of the Olympics.
You can sign the Care 2 petition here:
On Facebook, please "Like" and "Share": SHUT DOWN OUTDOOR ADVENTURES PUPPY KILLERS!!
Message from activist Mimi Larue:
"Outdoor adventures has 200 more dogs in their care and an unknown amount of horses. Owner Joey Hussian has said today "a new policy has been put in place to ensure all dogs are euthanized at a veterinarian's office." The dogs that are too old to work for you Joey? Too sick to make you money? Not fast enough for your business? Not good enough for you?
The fact is, ALL sled dog companies are nothing more than filthy PUPPY MILLS, and Joey Hussian is not getting a second chance. He KNEW those dogs were going to be killed, and he knew they were going to be shot, and this 29 year old mufti millionaire was too busy living the life in his chateau in Whistler to even give a crap. While his 300 dogs were chained to the ground in his filthy dog compound he was busy eating at high end restaurants and hitting the local clubs.
WE WANT OUTDOOR ADVENTURES SHUT DOWN. WE WANT THE REST OF THE DOGS AND THE HORSES IN HIS 'CARE' ADOPTED OUT INTO CARING HOMES.
What happens to the horses that go lame for your business Joey? Probably the same place that all used up draft horses go, TO THE AUCTION FOR SLAUGHTER.
Continue calling the Fairmont until they make a public statement that hey will no longer allow Outdoor Adventures Whistler do business at the hotel.
We don't compromise with animal abusers.
1. The Fairmont Chateau Whistler currently offers sleigh rides by Outdoor
Adventures and we want them to cut their ties with these animal abusers!!
You can also call Fairmont corporate headquarters: (416) 874-2457 Mike
Taylor, Manager: Public Relations
2. Contact Outdoor Adventures and let them know how you feel about their
wanton slaughter of 100 sled dogs. Ask them to release the remaining sled dogs
to qualified rescues.
ph.604 932 0647
4. Contact the British Columbia SPCA and ask them to stay on top of Outdoor Adventures and other sled dog operations:
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