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Puppy Mill Dogs No Longer Sold On Facebook Marketplace Thanks To ASPCA

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The ASPCA had several concerns about Facebook Marketplace being used to sell puppies who were raised in puppy mills.

So Facebook listened and will no longer allow puppy mill dogs to be sold via Marketplace.

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ASPCA Shelters 175 Rescued Puppy Mill Dogs

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In Arkansas a puppy mill was shut down, so the ASPCA has stepped in and is providing veterinary care, diagnosing, treatment and playtime for all the refugees puppy dogs.

Many of dogs were neglected and had skin problems, fleas and other medical conditions. Several dogs were even found dead so a forensics team will be performing necropsies.

How awful!

The medical director of the ASPCA's Field Investigations and Response team, said:

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Toronto Bans Sale Of Dogs And Cats From Pet Stores

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Canada has a problem with puppy mills.

It’s well known to animal rights activists that there are huge breeding operations that flood the market with animals just to make a profit.

Leaving animals in the shelter with the short end of the stick.

Well not anymore!

The Toronto city council has voted unanimously to ban the sale of dogs and cats through pet stores.

Now people will have no choice but to adopt through rescue organizations!

Smart move, Toronto. Now if only the rest of North America would follow suite…

[image via moderndogmagazine]

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500 Dogs Up For Adoption After Puppy Mill Rescue

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In Quebec, Canada, the Animal Welfare Authorities shut down a puppy mill long known to be a sub-par facility.

The reason for being shut down was that the dogs’ most basic needs were not being met. So sad!

With the mill shut down, there are now 500+ dogs up for adoption, under the care of the Humane Society International of Canada.

Seeing as how this is one of the largest rescues in the province’s history, they need help.

To help provide food bowls, toys and bedding for those poor doggies, U can donate to the Humane Society HERE.

Though the dogs have been rescued from the mill, the fight isn't over until every pup has a home.

[Image via Kathy Milani/The HSUS.]

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