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Stunt dogs storm the stage

Original post made on Nov 22, 2019

When Chris Perondi met the dog now named Crazy Confetti at the Yolo County Animal Shelter in Woodland, California, he was told that while her litter of puppies had easily found homes, the high-strung mama mutt had been returned to the pound several times already. The future wasn't looking too bright for the little-but-feisty terrier mix.

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Posted by pearl
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on Nov 22, 2019 at 11:44 am

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Boycott this show! This is pure out-and-out animal cruelty! Watch their promo video. Note them swinging a dog around by its teeth, and holding dogs high in the air while the dog is doing a handstand on its front paws trying not to topple to the ground! This is worse than using animals in circuses, which practice has been outlawed in the state of California.

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I sent these people an email to the email address given on their website, and it bounced back to me, indicating the email address was no good. Also, a google search displayed a Missouri facility address, saying it was closed.


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