All of us read the newspapers, watch the news on television or get the latest information from the Internet. How accurate is the information that we are given? Does the reporter have all the facts? Is the Internet source reliable? Is the newspaper slanted in it's views? Sometimes information is not what it seems.
Outdoor Adventures, owner of sled dogs that reportedly slaughtered 100 dogs to help reduce the costs to their slumping financial bottom line, is responding to these accusations. Company spokesman Joey Houssian responded with a letter to the newspaper (Vancouver Sun) and an interview stating that the company didn't know about the huge number of dogs that were killed or how they were slaughtered following the accusations of an employee. The charge is under investigation.