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Please sign in support of a 'Animal Offenders Register', a central database which will consist of name, address and convictions of people who have been convicted of any form of animal cruelty and abuse. Included in this will be people convicted of having / running a puppy farm, dealers and the retailers (pet shops that sell these animals).
Breeders will be required to check this central database before allowing any animal they own / bred to go to a prospective owner / new home; if it is found that someone who has been convicted of animal cruelty or abuse has a animal the supplier / breeder will be prosecuted.
At the moment there is no law to stop anyone who has been convicted of animal cruelty from moving a few miles up the road and then obtaining another animal to inflict further abuse on.
Stricter laws need to be implemented to help protect animals, heavier fines and longer prison sentences as well as a Animal Offenders Register.

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