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Adopting a Rescued Dog Saves Lives

When you adopt a rescue pet, you are actually saving more than one're helping make space for another animal in need.  You become your dog's hero by giving them a second chance to live a life in a loving home.

Adopting is Good for You, Too!

Not only do animals give you unconditional love but they have been show to be psychologically, emotionally and physically beneficial to their companions.

Adopting Stops For-Profit Breeding

The harsh reality is that when you purchase a puppy from a pet store, an online dealer or the Amish, you are supporting the Puppy Mill industry that treats animals like cash crops and profits from their misery.  Adult breeding dogs and their pups are confined to squalid, tiny, overcrowded cages with minimal shelter from extreme weather and no choice but to sit and sleep in their own excrement.  The animals suffer from malnutrition or starvation due to inadequate, unhealthy or unsanitary food and water.  Sick or dying dogs (including puppies) receive little or no veterinary care as it cuts into the mill operator's profits.  Adult animals are continuously bred until they can no longer produce at which point they are destroyed or discarded.  These dogs have never felt the touch of a kind hand, the warm sun on their faces or grass under their feet.  They live in hell until the day they die.

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