A Sweet Bill in Congress: PUPS (The Puppy Uniform Protection and Safety Act)


From uber-facts.com

With vigorous effort from the ASPCA, a bill is currently being passed around congress to end cruel puppy mills. Puppy mills are commercial dog breeding operations that produce a massive number of puppies each year. This sounds great because puppies are awesome and all, but these puppies are born into awful conditions. Puppy mills are often very crowded and the pups aren’t provided with the proper veterinary care, food, socialization, and love. These places value profit over the well being of these sweet animals.


PUPS is trying to solve the unfortunate loophole people have found in the previous act. By selling puppies online people are avoiding investigation from the USDA (U.S. Department of Agriculture). People who sell directly to pet stores or puppy brokers are subject to oversight by the USDA, but not those using the internet. Times have changed and so must the laws protecting animal rights.


My parents taught me about the cruelty of puppy mills when I was about 13 years old. I was looking online for a dog to convince my parents to adopt. I found a million of course. My parents told me I had to make sure it wasn’t from a puppy mill. When I asked why, they explained. I’m so glad to see this issue surfacing today. Poor puppies need love and attention and proper care! Take the pledge to help end puppy mills by avoiding stores who sell puppies!


To take the pledge: CLICK HERE

To read more about this from the ASPCA website: CLICK HERE


3 thoughts on “A Sweet Bill in Congress: PUPS (The Puppy Uniform Protection and Safety Act)

    • Thanks for reblogging this! It’s so important to spread the word to as many people as possible. Word of mouth is the most powerful marketing tool out there!

      • Thanks for that. As you say, it really is important for people to share information and connect with each other. Together we can force change.

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