Governor Rendell Video on Passing Laws to Save Puppies

August 22, 2008

Recently, kennel owners in Berks County, Pennsylvania shot and killed 80 dogs. Most of those dogs were completely healthy. The truly horrifying part of this story is that what they did is perfectly legal under existing law. Governor Rendell knows that this story demonstrates the urgent need to strengthen Pennsylvania’s laws to prevent this sort of cruelty to dogs and save their lives. Click below to watch the video of the Governor’s press conference calling for stronger dog abuse laws and then sign the petition to help pass those laws.

CBS 3 Covers Town Hall Meeting on New Dog Laws

August 21, 2008

On August 21st, a town hall meeting was held in Radnor, PA in support of stronger laws against dog abuse in Pennsylvania.

Watch video of CBS 3′s report on the town hall meeting

With shootings in mind, Rendell touts kennel bill

August 17, 2008

He took his own dog, Maggie, who was rescued from a puppy mill, to the Center City news conference.

By Amy Worden
Philadelphia Inquirer Staff Writer
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Editorial: Shooting the Dogs

August 14, 2008

Grisly business

Philadelphia Inquirer
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Berks kennel owners kill their 80 dogs

August 13, 2008

By Amy Worden
Philadelphia Inquirer Harrisburg Bureau
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