Love PUPPIES: Photo Friday

By Deborah Taylor-French

Saw a sign in front of a local pet store, it said.

We love puppies that is why we don’t sell them.

Blood Hound Puppy 3

 

Go visit my blog pal, Debra Levy at C-Dog and Company. She has two very good  posts on why 99% of pet store puppies are from puppy mills.

This is how I feel about puppy mills and pet stores that sell puppies.
This is how I feel about puppy mills and pet stores that sell puppies.

Please pass this on. Share it, copy and paste it.

You have my permission!

 

 I want to save dogs’ lives.

Together we can SAVE PUPPIES and DOGS!

9 thoughts on “Love PUPPIES: Photo Friday

  1. I so agree with this! I don’t have any problem with people deciding to purchase a dog rather than adopt. I just wish people were more knowledgeable and more careful about where they purchase them from. Even though puppy mill dogs need good homes too, purchasing a dog from a puppy mill supports the breeders and encourages them to breed more. Report puppy mills, and buy from a responsible breeder… or my preferred option, adopt, don’t shop!

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    1. Thanks Dawn, I agree we should “adopt, don’t shop” because that saves millions of dogs’ lives. Please share Debra Levy’s C-Dog and Company post.

      I am always glad to hear from you. Keep up the wonderful educating you do for your blogs readers about treating dogs humanely.

      Even our local animal shelter director knew that 99% figure for pet shop pupies from puppy mills, yet didn’t know that in the USA dogs are legally classified as livestock.

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      1. Thanks for your reply & the link. I see you adopted three amazing Alaskan Malamutes through animal rescue efforts. I love meeting other pet adopters.

        I’ve adopted and raised three dogs + and four rabbits from animal shelters. As you can see I believe in spreading the words “Adopt. Don’t Shop.”

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  2. Reblogged this on C-Dog & Company and commented:
    My blog pal Deborah over at Dog Leader Mysteries thought it would be a good idea if we really promoted a “say no to puppy mills” message this weekend, and I agree — it’s a very, very important message. So here’s Deborah’s Photo Friday contribution, and she’ll have more to say throughout the weekend. My final blog post on the subject will be on Monday. Please, read Deborah and my messages and pass along to as many folks as you know. Wouldn’t it be great if we can push the movement along to “say no to puppy mills”?

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