Celebrity dog breeder Champ Kennels is disturbed over America’s most famous physician, Dr. Anthony Fauci, allegations involving the use of taxpayer dollars to fund animal cruelty. In a bipartisan effort for oversight, a collection of both Democratic and Republican lawmakers are investigating the use of government spending on behalf of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) led by Fauci. Reports state that the lab held experimental treatments on beagle puppies that included injecting them with parasites, exposing them to pervasive insects, and surgically altering their vocal cords to inhibit them from barking during the procedures. William Geoffrey Morgan (also known as Champ) of Champ Kennels in Los Angeles is outraged by these reports not only as a celebrity dog breeder but as an African-American man. His outrage is fueled by biases in the accountability of animal abuse. 

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Champ explains, “Michael Vick was demonized when he was charged with animal abuse through his involvement with dogfighting. He was incarcerated and ostracised, as he should have been. Animal abuse is a serious matter. However, we now see Dr. Fauci using taxpayer dollars to fund animal cruelty, and the level of scrutiny seen with Vick is not being applied to this situation. We must hold people accountable for their actions regardless of their race or their position within the government. As a professional who works with dogs every day, it is disheartening and sad to hear of these reports.” 

Champ Kennel is known for working with celebrities like Chris Brown, RichTheKid, and Money Bagyo, to name a few. Since the pandemic, the desire for designer dogs has skyrocketed, making Champ Kennel the prime place to find the perfect pup. As a professional in the industry, Champ condemns dog abuse and the mistreatment of animals. He hopes that Dr. Fauci will be held accountable for his alleged wrongdoing.