Saving Puppies and Dogs from Puppy Mills
Do you know the background behind that "puppy in the window"?
99% of pet store puppies come from puppy mills, a commercial dog breeding facility whose profit is based on the pet trade. The owners of these mills only care about their profit and not the health or happiness of the puppies.
Mill dogs never have enough to eat or drink and are usually sick. They have no where to run around or play.
Mill puppies and dogs are kept in crude wire cages with no clean up and no protection form the elements.
Female dogs are bred every time they're in the breeding period. So, a 5 year old female dog could have had up to 10 puppies in her lifetime.
Project Puppy is working to save these poor helpless dogs. We promote adopting, not "puppy shopping". You are then giving a home to a puppy in need and cutting off the mill owner's profit. Loving people can help by donating to the website or contacting the information below.