Sinaloa official complaint that his dog was killed


Mario Valenzuela, director of the ISEA, said that the Protection Law where animal rights are defined has not been made valid so far in Sinaloa.

Sinaloa.- Animal Protection Law is a dead letter for the State of Sinaloa, said Mario Alfonso Valenzuela López, general director of the Sinaloense Institute for Adult Education (ISEA), after the death of his 7-year-old dog from poisoning old.

In a video shared on his personal Facebook account, he demands that the authorities apply the Animal Protection Law in Sinaloa, which was approved since November 2013.

The official and his family were victims of violence and animal abuse. During the video, he showed images of his Schnauzer puppy that died of poisoning in the municipality of Badiraguato, Sinaloa.

Badiraguato and Sinaloa, we need to do something, put a stop to these vile, cowardly people and excuse the word and wretches who poison defenseless animals


Although in 2013 the Congress of the State of Sinaloa approved the Protection Law which defines the rights of working animals, wildlife, domestic, show animals and others, it has not been made valid so far, and it has been kept in “dead letter.”


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