100 dogs slaughtered by failing sled tour business
Most people love dogs; many would say they're one's best friend. However some exploit animals for profit – and when said animals don't create profit, they perform extremely disturbing actions, often causing harm to the animals.
In a recent story, an owner of a Canadian dog sled tour business did just that, slaughtering 100 magnificent animals over the course of two days.
More details, photos, and a video can be found in the Vancouver Sun's coverage.
The dogs were part of a tour pack of 300. The worker ordered to perform the cull claims he 'developed a strong emotional bond of mutual love and trust' with the dogs before carrying out the 'execution-style' mass cull over two days, and has suffered from post-traumatic stress since the incident.
There's a potential for laws to be created against dog sled tour businesses in the future, as these type of incidences create fear among legislators.