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.
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News & Events
August 15, 2014
As the policy implementation manager for The HSUS's Stop Puppy Mills Campaign, Tara Loller helps police enforce regulations.
June 23, 2014
A bill to help crack down on puppy mills and protect consumers who buy puppies from commercial breeders in pet stores has passed the State Senate. S. 1870 will require pet shops in the state to provide consumers with certain identifying information regarding the animals they sell.
June 20, 2014
They serve on the front lines of animal protection, lobbying legislators, assisting rescues, helping shelters and so much more. They’re the HSUS state directors: the first point of contact and often the last hope for animals in need.
June 17, 2014
Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy has signed a bill to help crack down on puppy mills.