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Published on: 29 Dec 2008 by andriya
I got my puppy 2 years ago from Pet Pajamas. He was a cute little furball waiting anxiously for a loving family. I had never really heard about puppy mills. I just thought they were places where puppies were born and then sent to pet stores. Well some of that is true. But what is left purposesly out is that they are harmful places where mother dogs are bred for their entire lives living in outrageously filthy unsanitary conditions. My puppes mom is still most likely sitting in a cage producing more pups for the rest of her forgotten life. I will never again buy from a pet store. The education that I have provided myself with puppy mills makes me regret getting a dog from a pet store. But I will always and still love my little coco. He is not to blame. It is the filthy bastards who bredd these poor animals and sell their litters as nothing is wrong. I want to take those people and force them to have sex and produce baby after baby and keep them is scoundralous conditions until they die. Could you imagine going through that? That is why adopting a pet from an animal shelter is the way to go. I volunteer at my local shelter and those dogs are some of the most loving, well behaved dogs I have ever known. All they want is someone to love them. They are better behaved than my dog soemtimes. So next time you want to buy or hold that cute little puppy inside a pets pajamas or petland or any other pet store. Think. Think about the poor mother of that puppy or how millions of dogs will be euthanized in pounds because no one adopted them. Yes a cute little fluffy puppy in a pet store window is going to look more appealing than a pit bull mix at a shelter. (all shelter dogs are not pitbulls) but who is the one whose been longing for love and attention. Speaking of pti bulls not to get off topic but they are the most loving dogs I have worked with. It is not the breed, deffinitely the owners who train them to fight. But just stop and think. Take a trip to your local shelter, volunteer. They all run off volunteers and donations to keep these pets alive without eunthanasia. True Heroes. True Lives. To learn more on puppy mill atrocities please visit: http://stoppuppymills.com