Puppy Mills Facts

Puppy Mills Facts 

  1. Puppy Mills Facts Puppy mills have been around since the early 1960s.
  2. Nearly 100% of all puppies in pet stores have parasites when they are purchased.
  3. 48% of puppies being sold in pet stores were ill or incubating an illness at the time of purchase, according to a recent California study.
  4. Unlicensed puppy mills often sell puppies at six weeks old even though federal laws prohibit licensed mills from selling puppies under eight weeks of age.
  5. 500,000 puppies are born in Puppy Mills Facts  and sold in pet stores every
    year in the USA.
  6. Puppy Mills Facts Thousands of puppy mills aren’t even regulated or inspected by the USDA, since many of them sell directly to the public.
  7. 99% of puppies sold in pet stores come from Puppy Mills Facts .
  8. Puppy millers can make more than $300,000 growing puppies every year.
  9. Puppy Mills Facts Almost every Puppy sold in a pet store has a mother who will spend her entire life in a tiny cage, never being petted, never being walked, never being treated like a dog. HOW SAD 😦
  10. Female dogs are usually bred 2x a year. At that rate, they usually burn out by age 5, at which time they are put to death.
  11. Breeding dogs suffer continuously, imprisoned in small cramped cages, often soiled with their own excrement, breeding litter after litter till they can no longer reproduce.
  12. About 1 million breeder dogs are confined in Puppy Mills Facts  throughout the country.
  13. Dogs at puppy mills are often not actually purebred, and the breeders sometimes lie about lineage records.
  14. Puppy mills often generate health problems for the dogs they are selling. The puppies may have immediate health problems such as respiratory infections or pneumonia and some even have genetic diseases that show up years later.
  15. There are 35,000 pet stores in America
  16. Let’s get up to date on Puppy Mills Facts and do something about it….puppy_mills_1

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