Friday, July 30, 2010

Add These Fabulous Rescues in the Mid-West To Your List Folks

If your looking for a fabulous rescue consider one of these wonderful rescues in the MidWest
Boxer/Schnauzer Rescue of The Ozarks, Jennifer Kimberlin, 417-988-4441,
Western Missouri Basset, Christine Bly,
Mostly Mutts, Kelly Pavlock,
American Brittany Rescue, 1-866-brit911
Serendipity German Shepherd Rescue 314-239-0981
Wright Way Animal Compassion Association, 417-259-0073
Westie Rescue of Missouri, Luan Johnson, 417-840-9730,
KC Doberman, Janice Thom, 816-587-9212,
Midwest Doberman Pure Breed Dog Rescue, 417-889-9535
Spot Savers Animal Rescue, Janice Boyancheck,
2nd Chance Rescue, Shannon McGinness,
Mastiff Helping Hand, Julia Thomas, 417-833-6069,
MO-Kan Border Collie Rescue, 816-305-6756
English Springer Rescue of America, Mark Samuel,

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Joplin Humane Society Animal Shelter

In the month of June 1,300 animals were brought into the Joplin Humane Society animal shelter and nearly 50% was euthanized.

(Source of this comment is from Director Aquino:


Information for Rescues (501c3)

You may contact me by e-mail for more information or to tag a dog for rescue. Please remember that I am the Shelter Manager; so don't think I am ignoring you if I do not respond immediately...I check most e-mails at night from home. Rescue is my “2nd job”! Rescues may also contact me via cell phone at 417-439-5143. E-mail

We need available dogs pulled NOW. We are not able to hold dogs at the shelter for rescue...we just do not have the space. It is often possible to board a dog in Joplin at Golden Paws for $8/day until you can pick up. It is CRUCIAL that all rescue pay their boarding fees....if we are not able to continue this partnership....more dogs will die due to lack of space. Please don't ask to have your dogs moved and then not pay the fees!

We are not able to transport; we work with a very small staff and few volunteers.

Dogs will be vaccinated (Distemper Combo, Bordatella) and dewormed with pyrantel. We ask for $10 reimbursement per dog to cover our costs. Because it is so difficult to track costs and fees post release with so many dogs, we ask that you pay this via credit card or PayPal as soon as you tag your available dog....we have to pay the bills every month! Costs for stray dogs may be paid when dog is off stray time. If costs are not covered...we can not continue up front services....again...the dogs will suffer.

Health certs and rabies MAY be available-but this requires a trip to the vet as we do not have one on staff. It is preferred that rescues obtain this after picking up the dog. The cost if we get this done is $25. (This price has gone up) Heartworm testing is available for $10. We will treat with Frontline Plus if we see fleas/ticks, you can opt to have us treat all dogs you pull for $5.

Please understand that we take in between 1000-1300 (or more) animals per month. Getting special pictures and temperament testing may not be possible. Please consider all dogs and puppies potentially exposed to Kennel Cough and Parvo, and all cats to URI and take necessary precautions.

Information for Adopters

If you wish to adopt, you should call the shelter at (417) 623-3642.
You will need to fill out an pre-adoption survey
We are not able to transport; we work with a very small staff and few volunteers.

Adoption fee is $60 for small dogs and puppies and kittens. This includes vaccines and deworming. Adoption fee for large dogs, teenager pups and adult cats is $35 ...this will cover the spay/neuter to local adopters. ALL adopted pets must be neutered as per MISSOURI state law. Dogs and pets are adopted out as family pets and may not be chained out or penned.

Please ask us about our adoption requirements.

If you want to help:
Consider SPONSORING a dog or cat if you cannot pull or adopt!
Consider making a donation for the dogs and cats left behind at the shelter!

Saving the Lost the Lonely and the Last

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

What Is A Puppy Mill ???

A puppy mill is a mass breeding facility in which the parent dogs (referred to as 'breeders') are forced to churn out litter after litter of puupies that will be sold through pet stops, over the internet and directly to the unsuspecting public. Because profit--not the health or well-being of the dogs or the breed--is the prime motivator, dogs are often warehoused in tiny, stacked cages all their lives, sometimes without even enough room to stretch their limbs, exercise, or engage in meaningful socialization. Most of these animals receive little to no veterinary care and live in continous discomfort. Puppies born in mills often face immediate and long'term health conditions as well as behavioral problems due to the poor conditions and chronic inbreeding. Dogs living at puppy mills almost neveer know the pleasure of a treat, a toy, or a bed, or even the feeling of grass under their feet.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Pit Bulls Get A Bad Rap Unneccessarily.....

In an effort to raise awareness I am asking that this video/slide show be shared to as many as you can. There are NO bad pics, no disturbing images, no horror story or other "bad" reporting in this. These are only glorious family pics with a very powerful message to our media. Today, I wrote to CBS regarding David Letterman's recent outburst about Pit Bulls on a live airing of The Tonight Show starring Kira Sedgewick (sp??). I included this slide show to CBS and their response has yet to come but I do look forward to hearing what they have to say.

I know that not all of you on this email know really what it is that we advocate so this is my way of showing you "the softer side". But most of brutality done to these breeds are due to sloppy media reporting adding to an onslaught of horrid owners. Because of media-people DO now obtain these breeds for the sole purpose of harming them because they are "vicious". It's time media sees that we mean business and are getting the word out on the damage they are causing. What you hear on the news is not what is factual about these dogs. This is why we advocate. Thank you for your time today :)

Angie E
Pit Bull Advocates of Washington
Dedicated Voice for the Voiceless
"Be the change you wish to see in the world"

St. Charles No Kill Humane Society.......

StreetScape Magazine is having their annual St. Charles Fashion Week. The St. Charles Humane Society was chosen as the charity to benefit on Friday, August 27th. Friday night showcases designers of jeans, swimsuits and lingerie.
When: Friday, August 27th at 6:30pm
Where: Ameristar Casino
Support the St. Charles Humane Society by purchasing tickets to this event from the shelter. For more information or tickets please contact Kim at (636) 949-9918 or

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

This was written by the BBB......

The Middle Men
One of the largest sales outlets for breeders in Missouri and other states is The Hunte Corporation, located in Goodman, Mo. According to news reports, Hunte buys and sells 90,000 puppies a year, transporting them by 18- wheeler to pet stores across the country. Hunte’s 25 trucks logged 2 million miles in 2007, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. Hunte refused to verify the sales figures. In glowing terms on its Web site, the company describes how well it takes care of the puppies once they are in its possession. However, many sources disagree with the words of self-adulation.
For example, the Web site notes: “All Hunte puppies come from USDA licensed and AKC inspected professional breeders and hobby breeders.
(Two other Missouri dealers--Mid-America Pet Broker of Neosho and Hidden Valley Farms of Greencastle—also ran afoul of federal inspectors when they purchased puppies without obtaining certification that the breeders did not require a license.)
” But in January 2008, an administrative law judge in Washington, D.C. found that a
division of Hunte had paid $3,036 for 19 puppies to a Missouri dealer between March and October 2003, although the dealer had not had a required USDA license since September 2002. The dealer is now selling puppies on the Internet. The Hunte Web site also states: “They (the puppies) receive the best food and veterinary care and constant attention from a highly-trained support staff focused solely on the puppy's wellbeing.” This is disputed by several sources. Hunte is a principal supplier of puppies to Petland, the national chain pet store. The former owners of three Petland stores in Tennessee, Indiana and Ohio, in separate suits, charged that they received sick puppies from Hunte. One franchisee said that prior to his grand opening on Aug. 5, 2006, he received 60 to 65 puppies from Hunte, more than half of them sick when they arrived. Another said three puppies in the initial shipment for his opening on March 31, 2007, died within weeks and others were sick. The third franchisee said in a class action suit that he had to spend about $40,000 in veterinarian bills because puppies from Hunte were sick The three suits are pending.
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In a class action suit filed in September 2009 in Arizona against Petland and Hunte, 31 consumers alleged that they had purchased sick puppies from Petland, four of them traced back to Hunte. In its denial of the accusations, Hunte noted: “It is clear that HSUS (Humane Society of the U.S.) desires a public forum in which it can advocate its position that pet stores should not sell puppies. Trying to squeeze their allegations into an actionable claim appears to have been simply an afterthought.” The suit is pending. Breeders also market directly to pet stores, relying on other companies to transport the puppies to the stores. These “intermediate handlers” are licensed by the USDA. Eighteen individuals or companies in Missouri hold such licenses, and are subject to inspection by authorities. One of these is Puppy Ship LLC of Monett, Mo. On July 8, 2009, A driver for Puppy Ship, was arrested in Massachusetts for cruelty to animals. Authorities confiscated 27 puppies that were on their way to pet stores. Seven of the puppies needed veterinary care, three for dehydration or infections, and have incurred $14,000 in vet bills, according to news reports. The driver’s attorney told a judge that his client delivers puppies to Massachusetts once a week.

Thursday, July 15, 2010


If you think your hot so is your best friend. Please take extra caution during these hot, hot summer days.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Fabulous Job Channel 2 and Chris Hayes in St. Louis

Alleged Puppy Mill Has Store in St. Peters
By Chris Hayes
6:29 PM CDT, July 13, 2010

Related links
USDA Inspection Report From Mettoville Kennels
Document Disputing The Phrase "Puppy Mill"
Read Chris Hayes' Blog
MEXICO, MO ( - Do you think you could take care of 100 dogs by yourself? Bonnie and Herman Schindler apparently think so. When we tried to visit their breeding facility, the Schindlers pulled up -- then struck our camera with their car. Herman Schindler said, "Get out of here." Investigator Chris Hayes said, "We're on public easement right now. You can't run over a camera." Schindler pointed out the window saying "This is mine." Hayes contended. "This is a county road right here." Both Schindlers shouted. "This is private property."

The Schindlers were warning us to stay away from their puppy breeding ground. A former employee described it as a puppymill. The former worker, who wanted to remain anonymous, said, "If you didn't walk out of there with a tear in your eye you're not a human."

A Federal inspection documents what the former worker told us, but you won't hear a hint about it at the St. Peters pet store where the puppies are sold.

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Former customer Kelly Marcellino said, "I did not want a puppy ha ha."

Marcellino said a sign for "puppies" caught her teenage daughter's eye. Soon after visiting the Puppy Expo near Mid Rivers Mall, they walked out with Jeffrey. "He's not the warm fuzzy cuddly dog we thought we were getting." Marcellino showed us her finger she said Jeffrey bit before we arrived, "He got me good."

She says Jeffrey's so aggressive that she spent more than $1,000 dollars in behavioral training. Marcellino asked, "Does that make his temperament what it is today because he wasn't cuddled and loved as a baby?

She says she got the feeling he was cuddled and loved when she visited Puppy Expo. She explained how owner Bonnie Schindler gave her personal service -- "Grandmotherly, talking about her baby and kissed him goodbye. You wouldn't think they would be puppy millers."

After further research, she now knows about the USDA investigation. A veterinarian and medical officer inspector documented 14 pages about the conditions. They noted dogs with "matted hair" covered in "fecal material" -- sometimes up to 75% of their bodies. Inspectors noted "deep mud and water" with a "strong fecal odor." Many notations document "repeat offenses." We went to Mexico, Missouri to see if we could see it for ourselves. Signs on County road leading to the breeders long driveway read "Stop. Disease free control area "No trespassing, violators will be prosecuted." We wanted to know what it looks like to have 10 employees caring for a thousand dogs. That's documented in the recent USDA report and it means each employee cares for 100 dogs every day."

As we were filming from County Road 841, Herman and Bonnie Schindler drove up. It's not the conversation we expected to have with an elderly couple.

I leaned toward the passenger window and said, "We're with Fox2 in St. Louis, can we come in and take a look? Herman Schindler turned his front wheel axle toward our camera. When he hit it, I said, "I wouldn't... that's a big mistake. Schindler said, "Get out of here." Hayes "We're on public easement right now. You can't run over a camera." Schindler, "This is mine." Hayes, "This is a County Road right here." Schindler "This is private property."

A former employee explains why they didn't want us to see inside the animal warehouses. The anonymous former employee described "dogs stacked on top of dogs. The smell alone would make you sick."

Bottom line -- the former worker told us they did not have enough help and added, "I knew if I didn't get out of there, there was going to be problems and I don't mean just law problems. I was probably going to whoop somebody."

Every week, new puppies are stacked inside a van and driven two hours into St. Peters. We watched as the Schindlers and another worker backed up to the Puppy Expo and unloaded. We could see the cages through the front van window and a worker who unloaded the pups by the armful. He carried them inside for display. We counted more than 30 puppies unloaded -- two at a time -- sometimes three at a time. Around front, a sign on the door warns 'no cameras.' The Schindlers called Police when they saw us on the street.

Barbara Schmitz, with the U.S. Humane Society said "These anemic laws allow the kinds of place we're talking about to flourish." Schmitz is is working on getting a November ballot initiative that would limit breeders to 50 dogs. She added, "We would be creating a crime of puppy mill cruelty." It would also give inspectors more power to act. The USDA inspection on the Schindlers noted many offenses as "repeat offenses." Yet they remain in business with no apparent penalty.

Schmitz said, "It's almost up to the individual breeder to decide how good or poor care they're going to give those breeding dogs."

It's a side of puppy sales Marcellino never saw until researching her own experience. Now she's decided the next pet she gets, will come from a rescue.

Go to the channel 2 website to see the video of the story that run last night and please take a minute and add a comment to the article.
Pet Store Puppies Come From Puppy Mills

Alleged Puppy Mill Has Store in St. Peters - Topix

Click the link below to view the story that aired on Channel 2 last night.

Alleged Puppy Mill Has Store in St. Peters - Topix

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

1. My life is likely to last 10-15 years. Any separation from you is likely to be painful.
2. Give me time to understand what you want of me
3. Place your trust in me. It is crucial for my well-being.
4. Don't be angry with me for long and don't lock me up as punishment. You have your work, your friends, your entertainment, but I have only you.
5. Talk to me. Even if I don't understand your words, I do understand your voice when speaking to me.
6. Be aware that however you treat me, I will never forget it.
7. Before you hit me, before you strike me, remember that I could hurt you, and yet, I choose not to bite you.
8. Before you scold me for being lazy or uncooperative, ask yourself if something might be bothering me. Perhaps I'm not getting the right food, I have been in the sun too long, or my heart might be getting old or weak.
9. Please take care of me when I grow old. You too, will grow old.
10 On the ultimate difficult journey, go with me please. Never say you can't bear to watch. Don't make me face this alone. Everything is easier for me if you are there, because I love you so.
~Take a moment today to thank God for your pets. Enjoy and take good care of them.
Life would be a much duller, less joyful experience without God's critters.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Pet Vitamin Recalls......

FDA posts press releases and other notices of recalls and market withdrawals from the firms involved as a service to consumers, the media, and other interested parties. FDA does not endorse either the product or the company.

United Pet Group Voluntarily Expands Recall of Nutritional Supplements For Dogs to Include Additional Tablet and Powdered-Form Products for Dogs and Cats Because of Possible Salmonella Health Risk
Consumers Contact:
(877) 399-5226

Media Contact:
Carey Phelps (770) 360-5292

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – July 2, 2010 – United Pet Group, Cincinnati, Ohio is voluntarily expanding its recent recall of its Pro-Pet Adult Daily Vitamin Supplement tablets for Dogs to include additional pet nutritional supplement products for dogs and cats due to possible Salmonella contamination. The list of recalled products is provided below. The Food and Drug Administration is aware of this recall.

The recalled products are sold nationally at various retailers. The products include various United Pet Group Pro-Pet and Excel branded products for dogs and cats, and certain other private label brands of the same products. All of the affected products are in tablet and powdered form. These products are being removed from retail stores and consumers should immediately stop feeding these supplements to their pets. The affected products are those with expiration dates that include and are between "01/2013" and "06/2013." Products with expiration dates earlier than 01/2013 or later than 06/2013 are not included in this recall. The expiration date can be found imprinted vertically on the right side of the product label.

Laboratory testing has revealed that some lots of some of these products may be contaminated with Salmonella. The company is recalling the additional products out of an abundance of caution.

Pets with Salmonella infections may be lethargic and have diarrhea or bloody diarrhea, fever, and vomiting. Some pets will have only decreased appetite, fever and abdominal pain. Infected but otherwise healthy pets can be carriers and infect other animals or humans. If your pet has consumed the recalled product and has these symptoms, please contact your veterinarian.

People who handle these products can become infected with Salmonella, especially if they have not thoroughly washed their hands after having contact with them or any surfaces exposed to these products. Healthy people infected with Salmonella should monitor themselves for some or all of the following symptoms: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or bloody diarrhea, abdominal cramping and fever. Rarely, Salmonella can result in more serious ailments, including arterial infections, endocarditis, arthritis, muscle pain, eye irritation, and urinary tract symptoms. Consumers exhibiting these signs after having contact with the product should contact their healthcare providers.

Consumers who have purchased the affected products are urged to contact United Pet Group or the place of purchase for further direction. Consumers may contact United Pet Group at 1-877-399-5226, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm EST.


Label Sku
Label Description

Doctors Foster and Smith Brewers Yeast Mega-Tabs with Garlic and Essential Fatty Acids 180 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

5619 Nature's Miracle Pet Mess Easy Clean-up Net WT 12oz
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Petco Breath Tabs for Dogs Liver Flavor 50 TabletsPetco Breath Tabs for Dogs Liver Flavor 50 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Doctors foster and Smith Dis-Taste Small Dog Tablets 250 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Doctors Foster and Smith Ext Strength Dis-Taste Tablets 180 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Doctors Foster and Smith Ext Strength Dis-Taste Tablets 500 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Doctors Foster and Smith Fresh Breath Tablets for Dogs 100 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Doctors Foster and Smith Cran Health Support Normal Urinary Tract Health 60 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

673110 bottle
1094181 box
Petco Ear Powder For Dogs 1oz (28g) Box Label
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Doctors Foster and Smith Brewers Yeast Tablets for Dogs and Cats 750 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Doctors Foster and Smith Ear Powder Net WT 1oz (28g)
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Doctors Foster and Smith Ear Powder Net WT 4oz (113g)
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel 3 in 1 Ear Powder Ear Care Net WT 1oz(28g)
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Glucosamine Joint Care 120 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Glucosamine with MSM Joint Care 120 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Deter Coprophagia Treatment Behavioral Aid 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Deter Coprophagia Treatment Behavioral Aid 500 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Gas Preventative Digestive Aid Digestive Care 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Calm-Quil Calming Tablets Behavior Aid 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

DDS Dental Breath Mints Breath Control 40 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

DDS Dental Breath Tabs Breath Control 200 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Brewers Yeast Daily Supplement 250 Chew Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Calcium Daily Supplement 125 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Calcium Daily Supplement 500 Tasty Chew tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

PR Excel Brewers Yeast with Garlic Skin and Coat 150 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Brewers Yeast with Garlic Skin and Coat Care 600 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Brewers Yeast with Garlic Skin and Coat Care 1000 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Brewers Yeast with Garlic Skin and Coat Care Mega Tabs 216 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Senior Daily Vitamin Supplement 100 Tasty Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Pupply Multi Vitamin 100 Tasty Chew Tabs Time Release
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Small Breed Multi Vitamin 45 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Lutein Vision Maintenance Eye Care 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Adult Multi Vitamin 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Advantage Adult Multi Vitamin 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Advantage Puppy Multi Vitamin 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Advantage Senior Multi Vitamin 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Advantage Skin and Coat Essentials 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Advantage Glucosamine Plus 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Advantage Glucosamine Advanced Strength 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Adult Multivitamin 120 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Senior Multi Vitamin 120 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Glucosamine Joint Care 60 Chew Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Stool-Eating Preventative(Corprophagia Treatment) 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Anti-Stress Calming Tabs 60 Chew Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Glucosamine Plus Joint Care 100 Chew Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Breath Tabs 40 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Breath Mints 200 Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Gas Relief Digestive Aid 40 Chew Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Glucosamine Advanced Joint Powder Net WT 10oz(283g)
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Daily Vitamin Supplement Powder Net WT 10oz (283g)
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Puppy and Small Breed Daily Vitamin Supplement 100 Chew Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Pro-Pet Glucosamine Advanced Joint Care 60 Chew Tablets
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Joint Ensure Moderate Care 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Joint Ensure Advanced Care 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Excel Flare-Away Joint Tabs 60 Tasty Chew Tabs
EXP 01/13 thru 06/13

Friday, July 9, 2010

Fox 2 news Airing Fabulous Undercover story on puppy mills....

This Tuesday, July 13, following the All Star game, Fox 2 news St. Louis plans to air a story on Herman and Bonnie Schindler, owners of MO Puppy Expo in St Peters, MO which many of my friends have been protesting for over a year. The Schindlers puppy mill is located in Mexico, MO and they have over 1000 breeding dogs. Their most recent inspection report from the USDA for March 2010 contains pages of violations, most repeat violations from a November 2009 inspection. Once again they are telling everyone who walks into their store that they are licensed breeders that love their parent dogs so much (I'm sure they even have their over 1000 breeding dogs named....yea right!!!).

Thanks to investigative reporter Chris Hayes and Fox 2 St. Louis for helping educate their viewers about puppy mills and pet stores. Please spread the word to others to watch this report. If you are unable to watch it, I will send a link to access the story after it airs. Please pass this on to everyone on your email list and post it on your facebooks accounts to spread the word.
It is an eye opening story!!!