While I was out running this week, I saw a man walking a puppy, he was coming towards me. I knew right away the dog was most likely from a mill. It was the cutest thing you have ever seen and I had to stop for both reasons. The puppy was “party” colored, fluffy, spunky and adorable.
Who We Are
Stop Online Puppy Mills is about education, awareness and advocacy with only one mission – to end puppy mills. Puppy mills are legal. Dogs are considered livestock by the USDA.
Buying A Puppy?
If you don’t see for yourself where your new puppy was born, you will never know the truth. If you can’t meet the mother dog and see where she lives, do not buy the puppy.
Hiding behind beautiful websites are thousands of puppy mills waiting to take your money. Responsible breeders don’t ship their puppies to anyone who sends a deposit.
What You Need to Know
Most people do not know the facts about puppy mills!
The Amish & Puppy Mills
Most Amish communities have puppy mills, where dogs are just another crop.
What is a Dog Auction?
A mostly unknown horror, the auctioning of dogs still exists in the United States.
What are USDA Breeders?
Where dogs are concerned, being a USDA licensed breeder means nothing.
Bissell Partners For Pets
Stop Online Puppy Mills is proud to be a member of the Bissell Pet Foundation‘s Partner for Pets program. BISSELL and LostPetUSA.net have teamed up to help organizations like ours raise money, and now you can help too!