Canine Legislation Position Statentment
Canine Population Issues
ResearchBreeder.com® commends experienced breed enthusiasts who are educating the public and other breeders about the need for long term commitments and responsibilities. We encourage them to help new owners address issues that could result in the relinquishment of pets. ResearchBreeder.com also encourages pet owners to consider spaying or neutering their dogs at an appropriate age if they do not want to participate in events requiring un-spayed and un-neutured anaimals.
RBC supports programs dedicated to teaching the pet-buying public how to find a responsible breeder and how to make well-informed decisions. Such programs help to ensure that pet purchasers find a puppy or dog that is a good match for their lifestyle, at an appropriate time in their lives, thereby increasing the likelihood that the animal will stay with the owner for its entire life. RBC encourages owners and potential dog owners to visit our website at www.ResearchBreeder.com to research the breeders theyare considering to purchase a dog. RBD believes euthanasia should be employed only as a last resort when all reasonable efforts to place adoptable dogs have failed. At the same time, RBC recognizes that not all dogs are adoptable due to temperament and health issues