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When the fireman sets the fire: Dog rescues that bankroll puppy mills

Rescue groups that spend thousands of dollars on a single dog at breeder auctions are enabling abuse.

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Solving the problem of puppy mills

Las Vegas joins an ever-growing list of more than 100 communities that have enacted a local ordinance banning the sale of mill-bred pets in local pet stores.

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On puppy mills and presidents

Animal advocacy hits the campaign trail, as presidential candidate Hillary Clinton takes a stance on puppy mills, indicating the need to do more.

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Puppy parties: The latest in prime-time support of puppy mills

Disappointment proves to be an understatement after a “Today” show segment endorses a puppy renting and selling business, instead of promoting pet adoption.

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Good news and bad on the puppy mill front

While retail sales bans on mill-bred dogs, cats, and rabbits are becoming more common, a new survey reveals people still buy dogs at pet stores instead of adopt.

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Puppy mill initiatives progress

We have made progress in drive to shut down puppy mills, though movement is still a grassroots one that needs your support.

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Is Chicago next to ban the sale of puppy mill pets?

The Windy City may be next to put an end to the sale of dogs and cats from puppy mills.

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West Virginia legislation aims to crack down on puppy mill abuses

West Virginia legislation aims to crack down on puppy mill abuses by improving conditions in mills.

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Pet store puppies damaged by puppy mill practices

Best Friends–led study reveals puppy mill dogs exhibit behavioral issues at higher rate than dogs from noncommercial breeders.

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After decades of frustration, a new strategy against puppy mills

Rather than attacking puppy mills, the Best Friends’ strategy to combat mills is to eliminate the market and distribution outlets for commercially bred puppies through local public education and local ordinances.

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