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Sourcing of pet dogs from illegal importation and puppy farms 2016-2017: scoping research

Published: 9 Nov 2017
Part of:
Farming and rural, Research
ISBN:
9781788514132

The report describes research into the scale of the trade in imported and illegally bred puppies.

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Sourcing of pet dogs from illegal importation and puppy farms 2016-2017: scoping research
References

153 page PDF

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References

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