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Petition: UKC and ADBA Illegal Registration



 
 
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Old November 29th 03, 06:28 AM
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Default Petition: UKC and ADBA Illegal Registration

PLEASE CROSS POST ON ALL MESSAGE BOARDS

Hello All,

There is concern of "paperhanging" with every registry in existance
today. Crooks and dishonest people are falsifying pedigree's to get
their dogs registered.. Registering mongrels as purebreds then
breeding those dogs is not in the best interest of any breed of dog.

"Paper hangers" have been exposed but little will UKC do unless there
is more then one or two people notifying them of any specific dog or
kennel that is paper hanging.

Please we need your help to persuade UKC and ADBA to conduct a simple
investigtion of a known paper hanger. PLEASE HELP and sign this
petition to request DNA testing on a illegally registered dog.

UKC and ADBA NEED TO BE INFORMED

Your name and information can remain anonymous.
a href="http://www.petitiononline.com/ukcnadba/petition.html"Petition/a

http://www.petitiononline.com/ukcnadba/petition.html

Thank You
 




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