Don’t trade one breed ban for an even bigger one!

The City of Winnipeg is asking for public input on regulating specialty pets (exotic animals). They are asking if you think a reduced list (aka: positive or allowable list) of #animals should be allowed while all others would be banned. This would result in a de facto ban of many common pets (birds, small mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish). A ban would be unfair to the tens of thousands of Winnipeggers who love their specialty pets as much as many of us love cats or dogs. Learn the facts of specialty pet regulation in our free eBook and tell the City that #Winnipeg doesn’t need a ban on common specialty #pets.

LEARN THE FACTS of specialty pet (exotic pet) regulation in our free eBook, Canada Loves Specialty Pets and, tell the City that #Winnipeg doesn’t need a ban on common specialty pets.

DISCOVER:
– What is a specialty pet?
– How specialty pets are regulated in Canada.
– Why a prohibited list works better.

 HAVE YOUR SAY by participating in the city of Winnipeg’s Responsible Pet Ownership By-Law Review Survey