June 18, 2013
Puppy Mills: Campaign Gear
Show your support for the Stop Puppy Mills campaign, educate others, and spread the word about puppy mills wherever you go with stickers, T-shirts, totebags and more.
Apparel and more
Visit our online store at the Animal Rescue Site to purchase Stop Puppy Mills campaign T-shirts.
Stickers and totebags
Tote your favorite things around spread the word to end cruel puppy mills by carrying the Stop Puppy Mills totebag, or show your support for ending cruel puppy mills with a Stop Puppy Mills poster or bumper sticker. Visit Zazzle.com to get your Stop Puppy Mills stickers, totebags, and posters »
Fred Meyer Jewelers' PAWSitively Yours collection of diamond-accented jewelry honors pets and The HSUS's efforts to stop puppy mills and rescue animals from danger and large-scale cruelty situations.
Puppy Buyers Guide Newspaper
Without the harsh pictures and with fewer of the in-depth puppy mill details, this newspaper is a perfect piece for use in veterinary offices, pet supply stores, or any business or organization that wants to help people avoid puppy mills. The Puppy Buyers Guide details how to get a dog from a shelter, rescue group, or responsible breeder. It includes information on the truth behind kennel club "papers" as well as basic information on how and where puppy mill puppies are sold.
Canine Chronicles Newspaper
This newspaper covers the puppy mill industry from top to bottom, with advice on how to avoid buying from a puppy mill and the laws that regulate them. Individual stories make this comprehensive piece an easy read. If you're looking for something that will give readers a full picture of the puppy mill problem, this is the piece to get.
Puppy Mill "Cruelty Behind the Cuteness" Flyer (8.5x11)
This piece is excellent for opportunities where you want to quickly convey the cruel realities of puppy mills. Basic information paired with photographs gets the point across quickly.
Puppy Mill "Cruelty Behind the Cuteness" Flyer (8.5x4, new design as of June 2010)
This small, bi-fold flyer is excellent for opportunities where you want to quickly convey the cruel realities of puppy mills. Basic information paired with photographs gets the point across quickly.
"Getting A Puppy" Flyer (8.5x4, new design as of June 2010)
This flyer works well for places such as veterinary offices, library posting boards, or college campuses. It is written for the part of the public who may be looking for a new (and perhaps purebred) puppy and who knows very little about the issue of puppy mills. It is a simple and straight forward message to visit the place where your puppy was born and raised if you plan to buy, or consider adoption from a shelter or rescue group.
"How to Find a Responsible Dog Breeder" Checklist
The HSUS encourages shelter adoption. For those who choose to purchase a dog from a breeder, these guidelines will help consumers make sure those dogs comes from a responsible breeder instead of a puppy mill.
"Stop Puppy Mills" Palm Card (3x5, new as of June 2010)
This flyer works well because it is so small and compact. When you hand it to someone they can slip it right into their pocket or purse to read later if they are on the move. This small educational flyer could be placed on various public bulletin boards as well, but it works best when you (and the people you are educating) are on the move. No one can say no to taking this small flyer with the cute little puppy (who, by the way, was rescued from the puppy mill in the photo).
Puppy Mill Tip Line Reward Posters and Hand Cards (English and Spanish)
The HSUS offers rewards up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a puppy mill operator. Spread the word about the reward with our posters and hand cards.
An Advocate's Guide to Stopping Puppy Mills
Whether you have significant amounts of time to devote to helping dogs, or just an hour or two a week, there are many ways to make a difference. This guide will help you launch projects both simple and complex.
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