Meet Linus

  Linus was rescued by Adopt a Boxer rescue AABR in Pennsylvania.  He was 40 pounds when he was rescued.  His teeth were a mess and the collar they had chafed and dug in his neck leaving damage. He has scars on his legs where they believe the cages dug in his legs and insects…

Meet Lucy

Lucy – a puppy mill survivor’s story Lucy was a commercial puppy mill breeder dog living in a barn in the middle of a field. When she was rescued she was found in a wire crate with six other dogs; crates were stacked on top of each other. The barn had no heat or air…

Meet Sweet Abby

Sweet Abby’s Story “Is she always this sweet?”  This is the question most people ask when they first meet Abby, our rescued puppy mill mama.  It is the perfect opportunity to tell them Abby’s story and to educate about Amish puppy mills or any puppy mill.  The conversation usually follows in this manner…… Me: Yes,…

Make The Connection

Most people have heard the words “puppy mill” and have an idea puppy mills are something bad but most do not truly understand what puppy mills are. A puppy mill might have as few as 15 dogs or they could be as large as over 500 dogs.  A puppy mill is any dog breeding facility,…

Join Us On Giving Tuesday

The Dogs Need Your Voice We have been involved in anti puppy mill activism since 2008. We started StopOnlinePuppyMill.org to raise awareness of the close to 1,000,000 dogs that are sold online annually. We are actively involved in dog and mill rescue. We have seen puppy mill auctions first hand. We have talked to hundreds…

Holiday Card Promotion

Help spread the word about puppy mill cruelty and support our mission. Our Holiday Cards are now available.  100% of your donation will make a difference for dogs imprisoned in puppy mills.   Holiday cards are sold in packs of 10. $20 for a pack of 10 cards/Shipping included Sorry we are unable to ship…

Daphne’s Story

Why do we fight every day for the dogs? Because for every Daphne that makes it out of a mill and into rescue, there are thousands of dogs who just die. Die from untreated illness, die because they’ve lost their will to live…. or die at the hands of their mill keeper. Daphne’s story shows…