Spain has launched a new animal welfare law. Among other things, the draft plans to ban the sale of dogs in shops.
Spain* wants to take great strides in animal welfare and has presented a draft for a comprehensive new animal welfare law. This should not only regulate the handling of street cat colonies in housing developments, there should also be clear rules for breeding, buying and keeping dogs. This also includes a planned ban on selling pets in stores – with the exception of aquarium fish. Costanachrichten.com reveals which requirements dog owners in Spain will have to meet in future before buying a pet*.
The planned Animal Welfare Act is intended to provide clear instructions for keeping pets, not only to put an end to animal cruelty, but also to prevent cats and dogs from being abandoned. One subject that is particularly dear to animal rights activists in Spain is not addressed in the draft law: bullfighting. *costanews.com is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.