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Currently, there are not good laws that protect the welfare of human’s best friend. For example, The Animal Welfare Act cage size standard for a dog is 6” taller and 6” longer than the dog. Yes, that is inches - not feet! Therefore, the breeder dog has hardly any room to move and has a very poor quality of life.

We hope that after reading Hope’s story you will open your eyes and hearts to help stop Puppy Mills. Do something now to help stop Puppy Mills. If you just tell one person about these horrific places it will help. Boycott stores that sell Puppy Mill puppies.

The following organizations are in need of donations to help animals:

Companion Animal Protection Society
www.caps-web.org

Companion Animal Protection Society (CAPS) has been investigating Pet Shops and Puppy Mills since 1992. CAPS uses investigations, protests, legal actions, and more to combat the cruel Pet Shop and Puppy Mill industry.

Main Line Animal Rescue
www.mlar.org

Main Line Animal Rescue's programs support advocacy and create awareness about Puppy Mills, animal rehabilitation, and education. Main Line Animal Rescue receives no federal, state or local funding and relies exclusively on the generosity of people like you. By donating, volunteering or adopting, you can take action that helps turn an animal in need into a loving family member. As you explore their website, please consider the many ways you can open your heart to the pets they rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome.

National Mill Dog Rescue
www.milldogrescue.org

National Mill Dog Rescue's mission is to RESCUE, REHABILITATE and RE-HOME discarded breeding dogs and to educate the general public about the cruel realities of the commercial dog breeding industry.

The Puppy Mill Project
www.thepuppymillproject.org

The Puppy Mill Project's mission is to end Puppy Mill cruelty through education, outreach and advocacy.

Bailing Out Benji
www.bailingoutbenji.com

Bailing Out Benji is a small, non-profit organization that is dedicated to changing the world for our companion animals by educating and raising social consciousness about various animal welfare issues - specifically puppy mills.

For All Animals
www.forallanimals.org

For All Animals is dedicated to improving animals' lives and providing them the protections they deserve.

The Humane Society of the United States
www.humanesociety.org

The Humane Society of the United States Puppy Mill rescues save dogs from cruel conditions and the coverage helps to educate potential dog buyers and helps spark policy change.

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
www.aspca.org

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) mission is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States. ASPCA raids Puppy Mills operating illegally and educates the public about Puppy Mill cruelness.

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