Other groups have pushed for change throughout Indonesia and this weekend Indonesia’s Ministry of Agriculture, officials confirmed their intention to support a ban on the trade in dog meat and to deny veterinary certification for dog meat.
Leading veterinary public officials, including Dr. Syamsul Ma’arif, Dr. Hastho Yuliadi, Dr. Yadi Cahyadi, and Dr. Wiwiek Bagj, declared that the dog meat trade is a serious public health threat, a significant animal welfare issue, and a substantial problem for Indonesia’s growing tourism industry.
We work closely with the OIE and know they share our view that the public health threat associated with the dog meat trade is a priority.
Our grassroots campaign and alliance continues in South East Asia and China to push this message forward.
And, with our new status as special consultant to the United Nations we will continue to push from the top down.
Ending this trade is a collaborative effort on all fronts and we congratulate everyone who has joined to end this cruelty.
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