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Educate2End Puppy Mills Pledge

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      Animal Rescue Corps

Animal Rescue Corps believes that anyone can help bring an end to puppy mills by educating themselves and others on the cruel realities suffered by puppy mill dogs, and how companion animal adoption from shelters or rescues is the only humane choice.  Please pledge to join Animal Rescue Corps and educate2end puppy mills.

Educate2End Puppy Mills Pledge:

I will take the simple steps I can to educate myself and others in order to help bring an end to cruel puppy mills.

1. Sign the pledge below.

2.  Raise awareness by sharing the above ARC End Puppy Mills PSA and other ARC videos that focus on the problem of puppy mills.

3.  Visit www.educate2end.org for more information, resources and tools to help.

4.  Educate your legislative representatives on the local, state and federal level about puppy mills and support legislative efforts to strengthen laws for all animals.

5.  Join Animal Rescue Corps for campaign updates here

You have the power to end puppy mills. Educate2End. Thank you!

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    Reasons for signing

    • Barbara Papandrea MANCHESTER, CT
      • 3 days ago

      Being personally aware of AT LEAST 3 dogs from mills, one bought and 2 adopted, this has touched me personally as well. As mom to an adopted pit bull who is the best dog, I strongly advocate pet adoption!!

    • Kate Russell NEW YORK, NY
      • 9 days ago

      I want to end puppy mills!

    • Diane Dybing STATEN ISLAND, NY
      • 22 days ago

      I have unconditional love for animals and I also just lost my baby pug (just celebrated her 1st birthday) to PDE. After purchasing my little girl from Annie Wasserman in Ringwood, NJ, I found out that my puppy was from Tennessee and the the woman I purchased her from had previous charges against her for cruelity to animals. I am against puppy mills on all accounts and the way the law is on NOT protecting these poor helpless animals. I want to help in any way I can

    • lisa barker CANTON, MI
      • about 1 month ago

      The dogs have to suffer. And a lot of the dogs have health problems from over breeding, and being confined to a very small space. The dogs never get to see a vet. There are thousands of dogs that get PTS every year in at the Humane Society, and a lot of these puppy mill dogs wind up at the Humane Society!

    • Alyssa Mumford NEW PALTZ, NY
      • about 1 month ago

      I adore puppies and dogs!


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