Monday, February 14, 2011
If you've been following the story of the Whistler dogs who were allegedly slaughtered in order to reduce business costs, you'll be interested to know that the owner will be speaking out for the first time. He'll be telling his side of the story, and from what I've read, he doesn't deny that the dogs were killed, but he states that his company didn't know how the dogs were killed, and explains that it was his understanding that they were euthanized in a veterinarian's office.
I'm curious to hear more about the dogs and how the company came to the decision to end the lives of these animals. I'm wondering if they were ever put up for adoption before being euthanized or if this was the only consideration for these animals. Some of the reports I've read are extremely graphic, and I'm hoping that they've been exaggerated. I'm sure there's more to the story than we've been told by the media, and I'm interested to hear what the company has to say.