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Effect of 777 Charlie, demand increase for Labradors

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Bengaluru : The effect of Rakshit Shetty starrer new movie 777 Charlie is clearly visible, the film not only minting money but also winning hearts, the fans and moviegoers are in love with Charlie, Labrador, which played the titular role in the movie, there are reports coming in that there was huge demand created for Labradors soon after the release of the movie.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India has urged the public to desist from backing breeders and pet retailers, the majority of which are not registered with their state animal welfare board and are hence illegal. PETA India informs fans that, according to the plot of the film, the dog featured in 777 Charlie fled from a ruthless breeder and ended up on the streets.
Sachin Bangera, PETA India Vice President of Celebrity and Public Relations said “When a specific dog breed is promoted in the media, whether it’s a pug by Vodafone or a Labrador in 777 Charlie, people race to buy that breed, leaving desi dogs suffering in shelters or on the streets,”
“PETA India encourages moviegoers with the time, patience, love, and resources to adopt rather than shop for a dog.”
Following the premiere of Disney’s version of the film 101 Dalmatians, animal shelters in the United States reported a significant increase in the number of abandoned Dalmatian dogs, many of whom had been given as gifts to children. There has also been an upsurge in the number of huskies abandoned or surrendered to shelters in recent years, which experts link to the growing desire for the breed due to physical similarities to the dire wolves in Game of Thrones. In fact, depictions of specific dog breeds in films and television series, such as Legally Blonde and Men in Black, have apparently resulted in large spikes in sales of the highlighted breeds, and many of these pups are eventually abandoned at shelters by their unprepared guardians.
“Track record” canines sold in pet stores and by breeders are frequently denied necessary veterinary care as well as enough food, affection, exercise, and socialization. Many foreign dog breeds have abnormally high incidences of genetic and hereditary disorders because they are bred for certain exaggerated physical features, such as large ears or drooping backs. Pugs, for example, are prone to serious health issues, such as breathing difficulty, eye problems, encephalitis, and hip dysplasia. Labradors are also prone to hip and elbow dysplasia, obesity, hypothyroidism, and other issues. Dogs in the Indian community, on the other hand, are healthier and more robust.

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