Puppy Mill Awareness

>> Thursday, March 26, 2009

Friday March 27 at 11:PM, ABC's Nightline will be investigating puppy mills!

Dear Friends,

We at Curly Tail Pug Rescue hold a very strong philosophy that we maintain the short term goals of saving the pug(s) and the long term goal of terminating all forms of irresponsible breeding, specifically, Puppy Mills. We strive everyday to work against the function of Puppy Mills and have a truly attainable goal of making such horrifying places history.

Being committed to this goal makes Education a huge component to Curly Tail Pug Rescue's mission.

It has been almost a year since the Puppy Mill story first aired on the Oprah Winfrey show and it received the highest viewer response of any Oprah Show in years.

Now we need to spread the word about this very special Nightline. Only by educating as many people as we can, will we be able to help these animals. And after you watch the program, please do not hesitate to contact ABC and Nightline to thank them for casting such a strong light on the plight of our nation's puppy mill dogs.

We need everyone to help to spread the word about Puppy Mills and the absolutely deplorable conditions that these dogs live in. The more people spreading the word, the more of a fighting chance we can give to these undeserving animals, not just Pugs, but all dogs who are being bred this way. Any grand movement in history has been made by education so please do your part and forward this on, cross post on your blogs, and continue to raise awareness.

Gratefully,
Kristin and Drea



This Friday night 11:00pm, March 27, ABC's Nightline will be investigating puppy mills!
ABC Correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi and investigators from Nightline travel the byways and back roads of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - visiting numerous puppy mills and filming Main Line Animal Rescue's volunteers as they rescue breeding dogs and puppies from Lancaster County's notorious Amish commercial breeding facilities.

This promises to be a very special program. If you are involved in rescue, advocate on behalf of the millions of puppy mill dogs interned in our nation's commercial dog breeding facilities, or if you just simply love animals, you will not want to miss this.

Sharyn Alfonsi interviewed, on camera, an Amish breeder while touring his facility - a first for network television. With approximately 500 dogs housed on his property, this commercial breeder speaks openly about an cloaked in secrecy and suspicion - the cruel factory farming of man's best friend.

Additionally, you can learn how to take more action in the stand against Puppy Mills here: http://www.aspca.org/fight-animal-cruelty/puppy-mills/

1 comments:

julie April 18, 2009 at 6:06 AM  

Hi. I have signed the pledge on stopping puppymills.I think they should be shut down and these breeder's who aren't actually breeder's.We look to our people in goverment to pass strictor laws;and harsher penalities for those who commit animal cruelty.These little ones need us; they need our voice;i urge everyone to help because if we all take a stand together maybe our voices will be heard.

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