Thursday, September 30, 2010

Pledge to Save Missouri's Puppy Mill Dogs

The Humane Society of the United States is circulating a barking good petition to save Missouri's puppy mill dogs.  People signing the petition are pledging to help phase out the worst puppy mill abuses in the state of Missouri.  In essence those signing are supporting the passage of Prop B in November.

The HSUS pledge explains Prop B:   This November, Missourians will have the opportunity to vote on a citizen initiative to save tens of thousands of dogs from suffering in puppy mills. Unbelievably, large-scale puppy mills in Missouri are allowed to keep dogs in small wire cages, stacked on top of each other, for their entire lives. They often don't get exercise, sunlight, companionship, or human interaction—they live in filth and excrement and suffer discomfort and injuries from standing on wire for years on end.

Visit the HSUS site and have a read.  We hope you'll join For Love of a Dog Jewelry in signing the pledge.


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