Puppy mills contribute to pet overpopulation and cause countless dogs lifetimes of suffering in squalid wire cages. Help us stop this cycle of cruelty: Do your research before getting a puppy, and look into adopting a dog from your local shelter or rescue.
Where do Virginia's pet store puppies really come from? Our investigation will surprise you. Watch and share the video above, and read the full report.
Too many breeding dogs endure lonely, unhealthy lives in puppy mills. The best thing you can do is to adopt a homeless dog from a shelter or rescue group, but there's more you can do to help.
News & Events
June 25, 2015
Pet stores in Sunrise, Fla. are still not allowed to sell puppies produced in inhumane, dog breeding facilities known as puppy mills.
June 23, 2015
The Maine legislature has decided to not override Gov. LePage’s veto of LD 335, which would have prohibited any new pet shops from selling animals sourced from inhumane puppy mills.
June 12, 2015
The members of Friends of Finn are making a difference for animals by raising awareness and funds to stop the puppy mill industry.
June 11, 2015
The Maine state legislature has agreed on final legislation to crack down on the sale of puppies raised in cruel puppy mills and give the state’s pet shops the tools to thrive in a humane economy.