This page is dedicated to all the animals that are used as machines to produce a crop for their keepers.
By visiting the sites below you can see what kind of lives these animals live, and see what types of abuse they put up with. These pages were created to give you some insite to the conditions under which these animals live. They supply information on the puppymills, rescue efforts, and animals that have been saved from this miserable life.
I'm sure that not all puppymills are as cruel to their animals as some of these places, but I can't imaging any animal living all their life in a cage, not being able to run in a yard, or even around in a small fenced kennel. Most of the smaller dogs have never felt the ground under their paws. When one of these dogs is saved by one of the rescue foundations, they are usually scared of people, most have teeth missing or, they are bad due to lack of proper nutrition. They are not house broken because they are never taken out of the cage they live in. If they are in a cage that is stacked beneath another dogs cage all the waste from the animal above drops down onto them, so they become matted and dirty and usually smell quite bad. The puppy mill owners don't want people to know this because if they knew where those cute little puppies come from they might object and stop buying them. If that happened, the dogs would not have to keep producing the live crop for them.WOULDN'T THAT BE WONDERFUL
We are constantly looking for ways to educate the public about where the pets they buy in petshops come from. I cry when I read some of the events described by the people who were present at some of the puppymill raids and have seen firsthand the conditions and the abuse these poor dogs are surviving in.
With the airing of dateline's expose on the puppymills a lot more of the public has been informed about these horrendous places. I, and many other animal lovers have written to thank Dateline, and hope that they will expose even more in the future. When the public knows where the pet shops get their animals, I am sure they will look to the breeders that care about their dogs and the vicious chain will finally be broken. If the people don't buy animals from the pet shops, the pet shops don't buy animals from the puppymills and the puppymills have no reason to keep producing their living crop. This is what we are striving for.
Here is a site to see if you are interested in participating or, supporting The Dog Rescue . The Rescue