Monday, January 11, 2010

Activists go undercover to thwart puppy mills

 Nothing is more sad that to buy a puppy from a puppy mill and find out it has serious health problems.

Perhaps the new Pennsylvania law aimed at ending inhumane treatment of dogs will set a national standard. We can only hope so.


Lacking a bone or toy to occupy their time, some dogs go into a frenzy every time they see a human. Other dogs circle endlessly. Still others just sit there, staring, like a "warm statue," says Jessie Smith, special deputy secretary of dog law enforcement at the state Department of Agriculture.”

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