Please take a moment to call your U.S. Representative. You can find his or her contact information here. You can say, "As your constituent, I urge you to cosponsor the Puppy Protection Act, which will crack down on puppy mills. Pets are family members and should be treated as such. I will no longer tolerate dogs being mistreated in these inhumane facilities."
The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) recently released its latest “Horrible Hundred” report of puppy mills in the United States. The organization describes the report as “a list of known, problematic puppy breeding and/or puppy brokering facilities." And they state that "it is not a list of all puppy mills, nor is it a list of the worst puppy mills in the country."
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Puppy Mills have always been a hot topic in the pet community. Many people know them from news stories where rescues save dogs from a puppy mill or pet store horror stories about sick dogs. The truth is that puppy mills aren’t elaborate underground operations as the news makes them out to be. In many states, they are a legitimate way to mass-produce puppies to sell at pet stores. What are puppy mills though, how did they come about, and are they all bad? #pets #dogs #puppies #petstore