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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

My name is Nicky Hale. I have been an ANKC registered Australian Cattle Dog breeder since 2012 and this is my story.
I was falsely advised by an owner of a pup that I had bred in 2018 (Reba) that she was dead.  On the same day, I received an SMS message from Central Animal Records wanting me to approve a transfer of name of a microchip number.  It was for Reba.  I told them twice NOT to transfer the microchip number as I had been informed Reba was dead (I needed to investigate).  They went ahead and approved the transfer.  After an exhaustive search,  it was only through the power of Facebook that she was located in another state.  She was already adopted out.  
During my desperate search for her I DID NOT receive any assistance from Central Animal Records, my state governing body, or RSPCA.  I was repeatedly told I had no rights.  She was homed as a pet.
  • Where are the safeguards for breeders regarding homed pet puppies/dogs?
  • Why are some breeders contacted by the RSPCA and others are not?
  • During the time that RSPCA had Reba I was still the owner of the microchip number and nobody contacted me.
  • A national microchipping scheme is needed to replace the state scheme.

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