|Barked: Tue Jun 17, '08 2:25pm PST |
|What's weird about it is that for $50 you get an id, certificate, patch, and tag-to "officially" certify your dog. The need for certification goes against ADA law. A real census NEVER would host a website trying to sell things. A census is only supposed to ask questions. This is really suspicious, even if there are press releases about the census floating on the internet. It's actually fairly easy to submit your own press release to PRweb, too.
The "government" website advertises a civilian website too, http://www.reddoggear.com/service/index.html . The designs of usservicedogregistry.org and red dog gear are strikingly similar. This is very wrong.
I also did a domain search of adagreatlakes.org for "service dog", and I found NOTHING mentioned online about usservicedogregistry.org.
I also did a google search of "united states service dog registry" (in quotes) and there were no "government websites" mentioning this "new registry", which is extremely suspicious.
Also, why would a "government census" website be trying to sell you stuff anyways? Also, most "government", if not all "government" website domains end in .gov, not .org. That screams something wrong, too. Although a real census is wonderful, something just seems wrong about it. Not very "government" like if you asked me....
There's something fishy going on here........
Edited by author Tue Jun 17, '08 2:44pm PST
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