By now you’ve heard the headlines about the fur industry in the United States, with many consumers demanding that their fur products be treated with respect and in compliance with federal regulations.
But what about dogs who live in states that don’t follow the federal standard?
There are a number of factors that make these owners uncomfortable.
Here are a few of the main reasons they might not want to take their dog out into the wild, and what to do if you have one in your household.
Dogs in the state of Florida are more likely to be euthanized than dogs in other states.
In the state, where fur is considered to be a “natural” product, there are far fewer licensed dog breeders than in other places.
This means that owners of fur-bearing dogs are much more likely than their counterparts in other countries to have their dogs euthanased.
The Humane Society of the United Kingdom has reported that dogs from the state are almost five times more likely in the UK to be killed than those from the rest of the country.
The National Association of Realtors and the National Association for the Protection of Animals both list the fur trade in the U.S. as a major industry, but there are fewer registered breeders there.
That’s because the Fur Trade Alliance, an industry lobbying group, has been lobbying against the federal regulation, claiming that it is too restrictive for fur buyers in many states.
Fur trade groups have also complained that the U