Register Animal Abusers Like Sex Offenders In Australia

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ACORN HAS BUILT A DATABASE AND IS OPERATING IT AUSTRALIA WIDE. We have hundreds of offenders, business, companies and directors, dog trainers, horse trainers and more listed NATIONALLY. Convicted animal abusers in Australia have been identified. Their names, photos and addresses are being published on a database that is publicly searchable and similar to the online sex offender registries that have proliferated since the 1990s.

The animal abuser registry, is aimed at preventing people who have harmed animals from doing so again. Retailers and shelters will be required to search prospective buyers and prospective pet adopters to ensure they’re not on the registry. Regular people seeking pet-sitters or new homes for their animals will be able to vet candidates. Law enforcement officials will, at least in theory, be able to keep tabs on offenders’ whereabouts.

[Dogs are born with ears and tails. They should get to keep them.] has the beginning of a database and feels the government should take over the project in conjunction with them.