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mongrel puppies for sale – Mongrel
Mongrel
Mongrel
Jerry’s been haunted by dreams of a killer were-dog that slaughters his friends, but when he wakes up he finds out they’re actually dead. This cheapo horror film was directed by the art director for the original Texas Chainsaw massacre and is probably the worst werewolf film ever made! It stars Aldo Ray (Bog) and Mitch Pileggi (X-files/Shocker). Great for one of those “bad” movie nights…
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If you don't take her we'll eat her
If you don't take her we'll eat her
I joined some friends in Shenzhen, China to a local petshop.. They wanted a dog. In one street you’d find 10 or more petshops; filled with cages full of dogs.. Some seemed healthy – others looked so poor that death would be relief… WSPA really should do something here!
As I couldn’t… stand being inside, I went shooting pictures instead. In the petshop next door, this lady seems to say to a customer: You either take her, or I’ll have her for lunch…
China has a big problem with pet sales… People go to these stores, to give the poor animals a better life.. This also keeps this business going.
In China, government regulations on pet ownership, such as mandatory licenses for dogs, are designed more for humans. But as pet ownership increases among middle-class Chinese, local animal charities and groups are campaigning for awareness.

One of the largest is an Internet-based group called the China Animal Protection Network which campaigns against the consumption of cats and dogs. Other groups may be grassroots informal collections of animal lovers.

SCAA was founded by an expat in Shanghai in 2005 and has been run ever since then by foreign and Chinese volunteers.

Problems in shop animals include skin or ear infections which can be covered up by antibiotics while the animal is in the store but become apparent at home. Pets may also suffer from behavioral problems from being weaned too early or being kept in cramped cages.

Pet shops are required to have licenses and to source animals from an affiliated breeding farm, but this does not guarantee the welfare of the animal.

On a recent visit to one store in a pet market near People’s Square, we found kittens in uncomfortable metal cages, without blankets or water and left outside in the cold. Other animals sat in their own filth.

These kittens were being sold for between 50 (US$7.31) and 80 yuan – the cheapest products in the shop. When we asked if they had any vaccinations, the shop keeper denied there was any need for medical attention and told us to get vaccinations after we take them home.

If you want to buy a pedigree animal, it’s difficult to know if you are getting the real thing. Armstrong knows of several cases where animals were dyed or disguised as pedigrees so that they could fetch high prices.

At the same pet shop so-called "pedigree long-haired cats" were being sold for 5,000 yuan, and puppies for 3,500 yuan. But when we asked for certificates, the shopkeeper refused.

When asked for clarification on the exact breed on one of the animals, the owner said: "It’s a foreign breed, but not imported. We bred it on our farm in Pudong."

SCAA advises those who really want pedigree pets to buy them from reputable breeders overseas and bring them to China. Otherwise a mongrel can be just as good a pet, and adopting a stray animal and providing it with medical care cuts down on animal trading.

It does take some effort and money to adopt strays – typically 500 to 2,000 yuan per animal depending on how sick it might be when you find it.

Dogs for sale
Dogs for sale
In China, government regulations on pet ownership, such as mandatory licenses for dogs, are designed more for humans. But as pet ownership increases among middle-class Chinese, local animal charities and groups are campaigning for awareness.

One of the largest is an Internet-based group called the China Animal Protection Network which campaigns against the consumption of cats and dogs. Other groups may be grassroots informal collections of animal lovers.

SCAA was founded by an expat in Shanghai in 2005 and has been run ever since then by foreign and Chinese volunteers.

Problems in shop animals include skin or ear infections which can be covered up by antibiotics while the animal is in the store but become apparent at home. Pets may also suffer from behavioral problems from being weaned too early or being kept in cramped cages.

Pet shops are required to have licenses and to source animals from an affiliated breeding farm, but this does not guarantee the welfare of the animal.

On a recent visit to one store in a pet market near People’s Square, we found kittens in uncomfortable metal cages, without blankets or water and left outside in the cold. Other animals sat in their own filth.

These kittens were being sold for between 50 (US$7.31) and 80 yuan – the cheapest products in the shop. When we asked if they had any vaccinations, the shop keeper denied there was any need for medical attention and told us to get vaccinations after we take them home.

If you want to buy a pedigree animal, it’s difficult to know if you are getting the real thing. Armstrong knows of several cases where animals were dyed or disguised as pedigrees so that they could fetch high prices.

At the same pet shop so-called "pedigree long-haired cats" were being sold for 5,000 yuan, and puppies for 3,500 yuan. But when we asked for certificates, the shopkeeper refused.

When asked for clarification on the exact breed on one of the animals, the owner said: "It’s a foreign breed, but not imported. We bred it on our farm in Pudong."

SCAA advises those who really want pedigree pets to buy them from reputable breeders overseas and bring them to China. Otherwise a mongrel can be just as good a pet, and adopting a stray animal and providing it with medical care cuts down on animal trading.

It does take some effort and money to adopt strays – typically 500 to 2,000 yuan per animal depending on how sick it might be when you find it.

mongrel puppies for sale
mongrel puppies for sale
Mongrel
Hunzinger’s Mechanical Circus, a rollicking seaside carnival where imagination meets machinery, shines as the only bright spot in the dreary city of Purinton. A shadow is cast there one day when a tall, cloaked figure approaches the stand of Will Marchman, a young patent-medicine salesman. Fanule Perfidor, commonly known as the Dog King, isn’t welcome at the Circus. No resident of Taintwell is; they’re all Branded Mongrels, officially shunned. But Will is beguiled by the stunning, mysterious Perfidor. Their mutual wariness soon gives way to desire, and a bond forms. Soon the naive but plucky pitchman becomes embroiled in a dangerous quest. Fanule suspects Alphonse Hunzinger and Purinton’s civic leaders are responsible for the disappearance or incarceration of countless Branded Mongrels. But why? As Will’s passion and regard for his tormented lover grow, he’s determined to help Fanule get answers and prevent any further persecution… or worse. They just have to stay together—and stay alive long enough—to see their plan through.

Hunzinger’s Mechanical Circus, a rollicking seaside carnival where imagination meets machinery, shines as the only bright spot in the dreary city of Purinton. A shadow is cast there one day when a tall, cloaked figure approaches the stand of Will Marchman, a young patent-medicine salesman. Fanule Perfidor, commonly known as the Dog King, isn’t welcome at the Circus. No resident of Taintwell is; they’re all Branded Mongrels, officially shunned. But Will is beguiled by the stunning, mysterious Perfidor. Their mutual wariness soon gives way to desire, and a bond forms. Soon the naive but plucky pitchman becomes embroiled in a dangerous quest. Fanule suspects Alphonse Hunzinger and Purinton’s civic leaders are responsible for the disappearance or incarceration of countless Branded Mongrels. But why? As Will’s passion and regard for his tormented lover grow, he’s determined to help Fanule get answers and prevent any further persecution… or worse. They just have to stay together—and stay alive long enough—to see their plan through.

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