Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Truck Sends Hard Message

I just couldn't believe that it was legal to do that, that you could lock up a dog in a cage for its entire life and never let it out,' he said.

Passersby often give him angry looks before they realize the puppies aren't real. Then some give him thumbs-up or messages of support, he said.

He tries to drive the truck as often as possible, often taking it to Janesville to run errands or parking it in areas he knows many people will pass.

Long knows there are many reputable breeders out there, he said. But he wants to let people know about the bad ones, he said

Jim Long with his puppy mill truck, meant to emulate the conditions some canine mothers are put through to produce a large quantity of puppies in their lifetime.

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