A dog transport museum: ‘I have a dog that needs to be relocated’
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The owner of a small dog transport company has been criticised for a “misleading” marketing campaign for a dog transport facility.
The owner, who has been identified only as Tanya, told the ABC’s AM program that the facility was being developed by a private company to provide temporary housing for dogs in the area, but the advertisement was “misguided”.
“I’m not a dog person, I’ve had a dog for years, but it’s not a pet.
It’s a dog who needs to go,” she said.
They said it would be safe, it would have an easy way of getting home, but you know what? “
They said that the dogs were safe.
They said it would be safe, it would have an easy way of getting home, but you know what?
It’s not safe.”
Tanya said the campaign was misleading because it implied that dogs could be transported on a dog transporter.
“I do have a very strong, strong opinion that we need to protect our dogs from this type of situation,” she added.
“This isn’t the way to go about it.”
She said the dogs could also have a serious health risk, and there was no information available on how long they would be kept in the facility.
A spokeswoman for the Victorian Department of Primary Industries said the company’s advertisement was misleading, but had been withdrawn. “
If the dog is healthy and it’s got no issues, then we can move it.”
A spokeswoman for the Victorian Department of Primary Industries said the company’s advertisement was misleading, but had been withdrawn.
“The dog transport industry has been a strong supporter of Victoria’s pet ownership laws, particularly those to ensure the safety and welfare of all pets, and we understand that some may be uncomfortable about the advertising,” she wrote in an email.
“However, we can confirm that a dog was moved to the facility last week.
The dog was released into the community with the owner’s permission.”
Tasha said she had contacted the Victorian Veterinary Association, which said it was unable to comment on individual cases, but said that it was “very concerned” about the advertisement.
“People who want to transport animals for food, for example, have to obtain a licence from the Victorian Government, which is what they need to do,” she told AM.
“So I can understand why they might be upset about that.”
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Read more Ms Tanya is one of many dog owners who have criticised the dog transport facilities in the state, and said the advertising was misleading.
“It doesn’t really address what we want,” she explained.
“There’s a lot of things people are worried about when they’re travelling, especially in winter months, which they don’t need to worry about.”
“I’ve had dogs for years and I know what to do with them.
Tana’s experience of travelling with her pet has left her with an extreme fear of dogs. “
What they’re selling is not the dog, it’s a shelter.”
Tana’s experience of travelling with her pet has left her with an extreme fear of dogs.
She has a dog in a boarding facility, and is concerned about her safety in a place where she has never been before.
“As a dog owner I’m not scared of dogs at all,” she shared.
“My only fear is my own dog.”
Tiana is one dog owner who has criticised the animal transport facilities.
She said it wasn’t a good marketing campaign.
“You have to be a bit more careful with this,” she warned.
“Your brand needs to have a little more soul.”
The owner of a small dog transport company has been criticised for a “misleading” marketing campaign for a dog transport…
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