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posted by Stacy on Jan 2

Stop Puppy Mills

HSUS MySpace Page | Stop Puppy Mills Website


Are you an animal person? Do you want to help The Humane Society of the United States do something to save the lives of innocent dogs and puppies?

Educate yourself and others about the reality of puppy mills.

Puppy mills are massive breeding operations which force dogs to produce litter after litter just for profit. These dogs and their puppies are often plagued with suffering, resulting from disease, malnutrition, and loneliness.

Many puppies sold in pet stores and on the internet come from puppy mills. The problem is that most people don’t know that when they buy a puppy from these venues, they are often supporting a cruel and inhumane industry. But you can help.

Here’s what you can do:

1 – Sign the pledge. By choosing not to buy your next pet or any pet supplies from retail stores or Internet sites that sell live dogs or cats, you are actively helping break the cycle of cruelty created by puppy mills.

2 – Educate yourself. There are hundreds of thousands of homeless dogs and cats in local shelters that need homes. There are also many respectable breeders out there. If you’re in the market for a new pet, check out the Humane Society’s Puppy Buyer’s Guide for tips.

3 – Spread the word. Download web banners and badges and post them to your social networking profile, blog, or website. You can also post undercover video on dog auctions. These are easy ways to expose the reality of puppy mills to your friends and family.

Stop Puppy Mills
HSUS MySpace Page | Stop Puppy Mills Website

Full pledge text

I will do my part to help stop puppy mills. I pledge to help end this cycle of cruelty by:

-Choosing not to buy my next pet from a pet store or Internet site

-Refusing to buy supplies from any pet store or Internet site that sells puppies
Signed by:
[Your name]
[Your address]

Sign The Stop Puppy Mills Pledge

Thinking about buying a puppy? If you buy a dog over the Internet, at a pet store or through a newspaper ad, your new pooch may very well be from a puppy mill—a mass dog breeding operation. Protect yourself from scams and don’t be fooled into buying an overpriced, possibly sick puppy. Stop Puppy Mills.

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4 Comments to “Stop Puppy Mills”

  1. Emma Says:

    We at the Canine Kids have signed the pledge and are throwing our efforts to help stop what we call the farming of crop dogs. Dogs deserve to be treated with respect, as pack members and part of the family not as a crop. We support your efforts.

  2. Lesley Says:


    Well presented, I am moved.

  3. Tiffany Says:

    This is a horrible thing that must be stopped!
    I am completly against all crulty to animals and I am
    so happy you made the effort to help! <3

  4. alex Says:

    people are stupid that own a PUPPY MILL!!! i read a book about a puppy mill and i was in tears. i just wanted to tell u guys that ill HELP!!! thanks for everyone who is helping the animals in need! youll guys will really make a big difference later on!!! GREAT JOB EVERYONE YOU ROCK!!!

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