Seeing Is Believing: A Puppy Mill Bust
When I write about puppy mills I do receive email from ignorant readers, listeners and viewers who tell me, ‘these places don’t exist.’ Or we can’t do anything about the mills because we don’t know what a puppy mill is.
WATCH THIS PUPPY MILL BUST AND YOU WILL KNOW WHAT A PUPPY MILL IS!
This is why Victoria Stilwell, and others (including myself) are leading the charge for National Puppy Mill Awareness Day, September 27.
FAR FAR too many dogs sold online, about all dogs (and cats) sold at pet stores and at places like flea markets and roadside stands are from puppy mills -places like this one, busted in Georgia, with Stilwell reporting on the scene.
Watch and weep tears of joy for these dogs, but real tears of sadness for the countless hapless and hopeless dogs still in puppy mills all over America.
In July 2014, the Cherokee County Animal Shelter and Cherokee County Marshal’s Office busted this huge puppy mill that had been operating in Georgia since the 1980s
Stand up on September 27, as The National Puppy Mill Project presents National Puppy Mill Awareness Day!