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.
Stop Puppy Mills: It Starts With YOU
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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
May 18, 2016
Ohio senate removes pro-puppy mill amendment from tax bill, introduces similar ineffective legislation
The Ohio Senate Ways and Means committee has removed a contentious amendment in an unrelated, general tax bill, HB 166, which would have impacted how pet stores in Ohio acquire their animals for sale.
May 2, 2016
Buying a puppy online or from a pet store? You could be supporting cruel and substandard dog breeding operations like these.
March 3, 2016
Nearly 200 puppies and dogs were removed from a suspected Madison County, Arkansas puppy mill after The Humane Society of the United States received a tip via its puppy mill tip line.
February 29, 2016
Hundreds of Oklahoma law enforcement officers will receive free training and resources for investigating puppy mills, animal fighting and animal cruelty by The Humane Society of the United States in partnership with local organizations.