Feb 27, 2018 — Believe it or not, there is leather made from dog fur. Labeled as cow or lambskin, no one is the wiser. The leather is just another byproduct of the dog meat industry.
Dogs are grabbed with hooks before having their throat slit and skin peeled off. The skin is then hung on hooks to dry before being tanned. On average, a facility can go through 200 dogs daily. The leather is turned into gloves, belts and even bags.
Merely burning fur is not enough, with poor regulations and labeling practice it is easy to "mislabel" the fur. The problem can only be solved with a complete ban on fur. Your support has been amazing, please continue to share and sign. Thank You
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