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Please like and share our new page to learn more about our mission and volunteer opportunities. Felissa Elfenbein, NADBR Director of Social Media
FORT WORTH, TX, May 17, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- National Alliance for Dog Breeding Reform (NADBR) has a new Facebook page and invites those committed to its mission to like, follow and share its new page.
"Our all-volunteer group started because of a conversation on Facebook among businesspeople who love dogs, so our new page will be an important place to get news and updates relevant to our mission," said Felicia Elfenbein, NADBR's Social Media Director.
Elfenbein says NADBR is composed of business people, entrepreneurs, professionals, and other successful people who recognize that commercial dog breeding exists because it meets a need and that many for-profit dog breeders are following best practices.
"We know what the worst of the worst in dog breeding looks like," says Elfenbein. "We've all seen heartbreaking photos that create anger and despair but don't move the needle toward a rational solution that would make dog breeding better for the dogs," said Elfenbein.
Instead, she says, NADBR's Facebook page will be a place to share news about the best of the best. Followers can expect to get news about effective canine breeding reform proposals and to learn about volunteer opportunities and progress toward achieving the group's mission.
"The health of a puppy is directly affected by the health of the breeding dogs that produced it," notes Elfenbein, who hopes NADBR's work will particularly help improve the largest dog breeding operations.
"We're inviting likes and shares from people who want to make for-profit dog breeding better for the dogs, breeders who are doing it right, animal husbandry experts, veterinarians and animal lovers who see the need for sensible reforms," said Hue Grant, NADBR President.
National Alliance for Dog Breeding Reform:
National Alliance for Dog Breeding Reform (NADBR) is committed to the goal of ensuring that dogs bred for profit are shown kindness, treated humanely, and bred using only medically sound practices. To learn about volunteer opportunities, connect on Facebook or at NADBR's website.
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