Animals: Quarantine Controversy

In Ireland, as everyone has been told, there are no snakes, in Great Britain there are almost no mad dogs. Last week. while Nosko's Buster caused an uproar in the New York Times, London news-sheets became exercised over a campaign led by the Canine Defense League and supported mainly in the Morning Post.

England imposes a six-month quarantine on all dogs entering the country. In view of the absence of rabies, the Canine Defense League called this quarantine cruel, unnecessary, suggested a four-month quarantine. The Ministry of Agriculture answered with a bulletin to...

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