The Veterinary Council for Breed Stewardship and the Puppy Project has gone live with their alternative platform for the purchase of purebred puppies.
Breeders now have an opportunity to get quality puppies after The Veterinary Council for Breed Stewardship and the Puppy Project initiated a platform that is making it easy to find puppies. This cooperation is offering an alternative platform for the purchase of purebred puppies. It gives the breeders and the public an opportunity fight dealers who treat puppies or pets as commodities. With the Veterinary Council for Breed Stewardship on board this will be easily achieved as it is the only organization that offers veterinarian created training, standards and certification for individual pure dog breeders. The breeders have to obtain certification from the organization; this means that they have met all the necessary requirements as far as the handling of puppies is concerned. Breeders who obtain the certification are allowed to sell their puppies on the Puppy Project. With this, the public is assured that the puppies meet the highest quality possible and have been bred in a clean and safe environment. With such an initiative, the mishandling of pets will be reduced, the pets placed in homes and other places will be good breeds, safe and also clean. The Puppy Project aims at combating pet mistreatment, or just focusing on profit at the expense of the pups. “This is what puppy mills and pet stores have been promoting, and with this project, the public and puppy lovers can rest assured that the puppies they buy have been raised and handled in environments which are clean and safe,” said the Puppy Project Spokesperson.
The Veterinary Council for Breed Stewardship aims at disrupting the puppy mill industry. To do this, the organization will need the coordinated efforts of the veterinarians, legitimate breeders, activists and volunteers. With thisproject, The PuppyProject will directly compete with Pet Stores and Puppy Mills, much the same way that Amazon competed with Barnes and Noble, and Uber competed with taxis and limo services. Offering better quality, hand raised, socialized puppies from high quality, dedicated breeders will help put puppy mills out of business.
The Puppy Project not only ensures that the puppies are healthyand hand raised, they also offer a lifetime guarantee against breed-related genetic diseases. The puppy buyers will also be surprised that the project has a unique offer, where one has an option to return the dog to the breeder at any time in its life for any reason and this is at absolutely no charge. While emphasizing their dedication to the initiative to ensure purebred and well taken care of puppies, the Puppy Project representative said that the buyer will get unprecedented peace of mind for a purchase that could be in their lives for 15 or more years.
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