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WISCONSIN PUPPY MILL PROJECT

What is a Puppy Mill?

Links for further research

Updated 23 March 2016
Mama Corgi and pups in cage barely big enough for her to turn around in.
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What Is A Puppy Mill?   *   What Can I Do About It?   *   Laws/Legislation   *   ACTION ALERTS!

       For those who would like to do more research into the Puppy Mill problem, or for those of you who have no idea what a puppy/kitten mill is, please explore the following links, most of which come to us courtesy of EnglandGal@aol.com.

       We will also welcome suggestions for additional links -- and please, if you come across one which is no longer active, contact our Webmaster.

CAUTION: Some of these links contain very graphic and disturbing material. The choice of whether or not to look at them is yours.

Tiny blue paw print bullet point   Behavior problems:

 

Tiny blue paw print bullet point   Please visit our partners at the Clark County Humane Society:

 

Tiny blue paw print bullet point   Puppy Mills/Pet Stores: A BIG Problem:

 

Tiny blue paw print bullet point   Puppy Mills, Pet Stores, and Zoonotic Diseases

What Is A Puppy Mill?
What Can I Do?
Laws/ Legislation

 


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