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User Image dixie812 Posted: Dec 2, 2017 9:19 PM (UTC)

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We all know my heart is with senior dogs and as November was adopt a #seniordog month we need to continue to support senior dog adoptions throughout the year. They are not disposable pets, they need us in their old age more than ever. They just want to feel safe and loved. Please find it in your heart this holiday to open up your heart and home to a loving senior dog. You won't be disappointed💖#Repost @sniffandbarkens (@get_repost)
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We love senior shelter dogs and so should you ❤️❤️❤️⠀
Via @savingcarsonshelterdogs
Our holiday special helps save dogs AND gives you dog toys at the same time! (Link in Bio)#adoptable #seniordogs #mustlovedogs #weloveseniors #bekind #shelterlifesucks #spayandneuter
User Image big_brindle_galoot Posted: Nov 30, 2017 11:58 PM (UTC)

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@Regranned from @castaicanimalcarecenter - This mellow boy is Barney #A5128360, not once did he make a peep while all the other dogs were barking. He is very confused and sad at the shelter. Barney needs a patient adopter who will shower him with love ❤️ listed as a 6 year old Belgian Malinios mix, he is absolutely stunning in person. Please visit Barney @castaicanimalcarecenter. He is available now. #belgianmalinois #belgianmalinoismox #shepherdmix #mellow #sad #quietdog #gorgeous #gorgeousdog #shelterlifesucks #reacuedog #adopt #adoptdontshop - #regrann
Adopted ❤️❤️❤️❤️😍This mellow boy is Barney #A5128360, not once did he make a peep while all the other dogs were barking. He is very confused and sad at the shelter. Barney needs a patient adopter who will shower him with love ❤️ listed as a 6 year old Belgian Malinios mix, he is absolutely stunning in person. Please visit Barney @castaicanimalcarecenter. He is available now. #belgianmalinois #belgianmalinoismox #shepherdmix #mellow #sad #quietdog #gorgeous #gorgeousdog #shelterlifesucks #reacuedog #adopt #adoptdontshop
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Duke is in dire need of a Pet Placement Partner!! He is a staff favorite and is heart worm NEGATIVE! Duke is an extremely lovable boy and needs a home. His fee will be waived for PPP's so let's help get him out of the shelter by 11/29! #A300240 💥PLEASE REMEMBER THIS IS A KILL SHELTER💥
If you cannot adopt or foster, please help by spreading word by sharing, reposting, tagging
and/or donating.
Memphis Animal Services is open:
Saturday 12-4
Sunday 12-3
Monday 12-3
Tuesday 1-7
Wednesday 12-5
Thursday 1-7
Friday 12-5
(901) 636-7297
Not all heroes wear capes 💪🏼🐶 #adoptdontshop #resucedog
#Repost @worldanimalnews
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STRAY DOG TO THE RESCUE!! This smart dog saves innocent woman from thief! 🙏💛🐕👏 -
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User Image dmafbme Posted: Nov 21, 2017 11:56 PM (UTC)

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User Image theglobalactivista Posted: Nov 20, 2017 3:33 AM (UTC)

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#Repost @warmheartsproject (@get_repost)
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#Repost @dixie812 (@get_repost)
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There are about 10,500 licensed and unlicensed puppy mills in the U.S. according to a 2017 Puppy Mill: Facts and Figures report by the Humane Society of the United States. Nearly all pet stores that sell puppies are supplied by puppy mills. More and more communities are Banning the sale of Mill-bred pets in stores but many Americans are still unaware of the connection between pet stores and puppy mills.
Additionally, California has fewer puppy mills than other states and has recently banned the sale of all dogs and cats in pet stores; Susan Riggs, senior director of State Legislation, told KQED Science.

Without the support of the remaining 49 states, nothing substantial will be accomplished in the pursuit of protecting animal rights. Get involved contact your state and local government to see what you can do to stop puppy mills in your own state.
Imagine buying a cute, adorable puppy from a pet store. Within weeks of living at home, the dog starts vomiting and refusing food. Why? Because of an uncontrollable birth defect from being born in a puppy mill. Many never make it past age 5.
For decades classified ads have been the first place that puppy buyers go to look for a new pet. Irresponsible breeders tap into this Market easily by placing classified ads on websites like Craigslist. Please be aware of any ads that list several breeds for sale.
Sadly, this is far too common. Early deaths from birth defects are apparent because the disregard for quality care found in for-profit mills.
Unsurprisingly, there are still greedy businessmen who believe puppy mills benefit consumers. Please pass on to family, friends and co-workers about the importance of buying a shelter dog versus from a breeder. Our shelters are literally splitting at the seams with perfectly healthy and adoptable dogs just waiting for a loving home but unfortunately most of them never make it out into that loving home and are euthanized. Stop breeding be their voice and help make a difference in their lives🐾💖#puppymillssuck
#adoptdontshop
#shelterlifesucks #savealife
Adopt don’t shop!
Puppy mills and back yard breeders are not only inhumane and horrible, but they also lend to our shelter problems.
Have you seen how dogs are treated at puppy mills? It’s horrifying and cruel.
That’s why I try to show you all adoptable dogs so you can make the right choice ❤️🙌🏻👍🏻🐕
#Repost @dixie812
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There are about 10,500 licensed and unlicensed puppy mills in the U.S. according to a 2017 Puppy Mill: Facts and Figures report by the Humane Society of the United States. Nearly all pet stores that sell puppies are supplied by puppy mills. More and more communities are Banning the sale of Mill-bred pets in stores but many Americans are still unaware of the connection between pet stores and puppy mills.
Additionally, California has fewer puppy mills than other states and has recently banned the sale of all dogs and cats in pet stores; Susan Riggs, senior director of State Legislation, told KQED Science.
Without the support of the remaining 49 states, nothing substantial will be accomplished in the pursuit of protecting animal rights. Get involved contact your state and local government to see what you can do to stop puppy mills in your own state.
Imagine buying a cute, adorable puppy from a pet store. Within weeks of living at home, the dog starts vomiting and refusing food. Why? Because of an uncontrollable birth defect from being born in a puppy mill. Many never make it past age 5.
For decades classified ads have been the first place that puppy buyers go to look for a new pet. Irresponsible breeders tap into this Market easily by placing classified ads on websites like Craigslist. Please be aware of any ads that list several breeds for sale.
Sadly, this is far too common. Early deaths from birth defects are apparent because the disregard for quality care found in for-profit mills.
Our shelters are literally splitting at the seams with perfectly healthy and adoptable dogs just waiting for a loving home but unfortunately most of them never make it out into that loving home and are euthanized. Stop breeding be their voice and help make a difference in their lives🐾💖#puppymillssuck
#adoptdontshop
#shelterlifesucks #savealife
User Image kyriah124 Posted: Nov 19, 2017 9:28 PM (UTC)

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🆘 PLEASE READ 🆘#Repost @dixie812
There are about 10,500 licensed and unlicensed puppy mills in the U.S. according to a 2017 Puppy Mill: Facts and Figures report by the Humane Society of the United States. Nearly all pet stores that sell puppies are supplied by puppy mills. More and more communities are Banning the sale of Mill-bred pets in stores but many Americans are still unaware of the connection between pet stores and puppy mills.
Additionally, California has fewer puppy mills than other states and has recently banned the sale of all dogs and cats in pet stores; Susan Riggs, senior director of State Legislation, told KQED Science.

Without the support of the remaining 49 states, nothing substantial will be accomplished in the pursuit of protecting animal rights. Get involved contact your state and local government to see what you can do to stop puppy mills in your own state.
Imagine buying a cute, adorable puppy from a pet store. Within weeks of living at home, the dog starts vomiting and refusing food. Why? Because of an uncontrollable birth defect from being born in a puppy mill. Many never make it past age 5.
For decades classified ads have been the first place that puppy buyers go to look for a new pet. Irresponsible breeders tap into this Market easily by placing classified ads on websites like Craigslist. Please be aware of any ads that list several breeds for sale.
Sadly, this is far too common. Early deaths from birth defects are apparent because the disregard for quality care found in for-profit mills.
Unsurprisingly, there are still greedy businessmen who believe puppy mills benefit consumers. Please pass on to family, friends and co-workers about the importance of buying a shelter dog versus from a breeder. Our shelters are literally splitting at the seams with perfectly healthy and adoptable dogs just waiting for a loving home but unfortunately most of them never make it out into that loving home and are euthanized. Stop breeding be their voice and help make a difference in their lives🐾💖#puppymillssuck
#adoptdontshop
#shelterlifesucks #savealife
User Image maria.41 Posted: Nov 19, 2017 8:31 PM (UTC)

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Pls read @Regrann from @dixie812 - There are about 10,500 licensed and unlicensed puppy mills in the U.S. according to a 2017 Puppy Mill: Facts and Figures report by the Humane Society of the United States. Nearly all pet stores that sell puppies are supplied by puppy mills. More and more communities are Banning the sale of Mill-bred pets in stores but many Americans are still unaware of the connection between pet stores and puppy mills.
Additionally, California has fewer puppy mills than other states and has recently banned the sale of all dogs and cats in pet stores; Susan Riggs, senior director of State Legislation, told KQED Science.

Without the support of the remaining 49 states, nothing substantial will be accomplished in the pursuit of protecting animal rights. Get involved contact your state and local government to see what you can do to stop puppy mills in your own state.
Imagine buying a cute, adorable puppy from a pet store. Within weeks of living at home, the dog starts vomiting and refusing food. Why? Because of an uncontrollable birth defect from being born in a puppy mill. Many never make it past age 5.
For decades classified ads have been the first place that puppy buyers go to look for a new pet. Irresponsible breeders tap into this Market easily by placing classified ads on websites like Craigslist. Please be aware of any ads that list several breeds for sale.
Sadly, this is far too common. Early deaths from birth defects are apparent because the disregard for quality care found in for-profit mills.
Unsurprisingly, there are still greedy businessmen who believe puppy mills benefit consumers. Please pass on to family, friends and co-workers about the importance of buying a shelter dog versus from a breeder. Our shelters are literally splitting at the seams with perfectly healthy and adoptable dogs just waiting for a loving home but unfortunately most of them never make it out into that loving home and are euthanized. Stop breeding be their voice and help make a difference in their lives🐾💖#puppymillssuck
#adoptdontshop
#shelterlifesucks #savealife
User Image warmheartsproject Posted: Nov 19, 2017 7:37 PM (UTC)

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Must read...
#Repost @dixie812 (@get_repost)
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There are about 10,500 licensed and unlicensed puppy mills in the U.S. according to a 2017 Puppy Mill: Facts and Figures report by the Humane Society of the United States. Nearly all pet stores that sell puppies are supplied by puppy mills. More and more communities are Banning the sale of Mill-bred pets in stores but many Americans are still unaware of the connection between pet stores and puppy mills.
Additionally, California has fewer puppy mills than other states and has recently banned the sale of all dogs and cats in pet stores; Susan Riggs, senior director of State Legislation, told KQED Science.

Without the support of the remaining 49 states, nothing substantial will be accomplished in the pursuit of protecting animal rights. Get involved contact your state and local government to see what you can do to stop puppy mills in your own state.
Imagine buying a cute, adorable puppy from a pet store. Within weeks of living at home, the dog starts vomiting and refusing food. Why? Because of an uncontrollable birth defect from being born in a puppy mill. Many never make it past age 5.
For decades classified ads have been the first place that puppy buyers go to look for a new pet. Irresponsible breeders tap into this Market easily by placing classified ads on websites like Craigslist. Please be aware of any ads that list several breeds for sale.
Sadly, this is far too common. Early deaths from birth defects are apparent because the disregard for quality care found in for-profit mills.
Unsurprisingly, there are still greedy businessmen who believe puppy mills benefit consumers. Please pass on to family, friends and co-workers about the importance of buying a shelter dog versus from a breeder. Our shelters are literally splitting at the seams with perfectly healthy and adoptable dogs just waiting for a loving home but unfortunately most of them never make it out into that loving home and are euthanized. Stop breeding be their voice and help make a difference in their lives🐾💖#puppymillssuck
#adoptdontshop
#shelterlifesucks #savealife
User Image rescuedogswa Posted: Nov 19, 2017 5:39 PM (UTC)

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#Repost @dixie812 (@get_repost)
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There are about 10,500 licensed and unlicensed puppy mills in the U.S. according to a 2017 Puppy Mill: Facts and Figures report by the Humane Society of the United States. Nearly all pet stores that sell puppies are supplied by puppy mills. More and more communities are Banning the sale of Mill-bred pets in stores but many Americans are still unaware of the connection between pet stores and puppy mills.
Additionally, California has fewer puppy mills than other states and has recently banned the sale of all dogs and cats in pet stores; Susan Riggs, senior director of State Legislation, told KQED Science.

Without the support of the remaining 49 states, nothing substantial will be accomplished in the pursuit of protecting animal rights. Get involved contact your state and local government to see what you can do to stop puppy mills in your own state.
Imagine buying a cute, adorable puppy from a pet store. Within weeks of living at home, the dog starts vomiting and refusing food. Why? Because of an uncontrollable birth defect from being born in a puppy mill. Many never make it past age 5.
For decades classified ads have been the first place that puppy buyers go to look for a new pet. Irresponsible breeders tap into this Market easily by placing classified ads on websites like Craigslist. Please be aware of any ads that list several breeds for sale.
Sadly, this is far too common. Early deaths from birth defects are apparent because the disregard for quality care found in for-profit mills.
Unsurprisingly, there are still greedy businessmen who believe puppy mills benefit consumers. Please pass on to family, friends and co-workers about the importance of buying a shelter dog versus from a breeder. Our shelters are literally splitting at the seams with perfectly healthy and adoptable dogs just waiting for a loving home but unfortunately most of them never make it out into that loving home and are euthanized. Stop breeding be their voice and help make a difference in their lives🐾💖#puppymillssuck
#adoptdontshop
#shelterlifesucks #savealife
User Image 4.every.animal Posted: Nov 19, 2017 7:05 AM (UTC)

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#Repost @dixie812 (@get_repost)
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There are about 10,500 licensed and unlicensed puppy mills in the U.S. according to a 2017 Puppy Mill: Facts and Figures report by the Humane Society of the United States. Nearly all pet stores that sell puppies are supplied by puppy mills. More and more communities are Banning the sale of Mill-bred pets in stores but many Americans are still unaware of the connection between pet stores and puppy mills.
Additionally, California has fewer puppy mills than other states and has recently banned the sale of all dogs and cats in pet stores; Susan Riggs, senior director of State Legislation, told KQED Science.

Without the support of the remaining 49 states, nothing substantial will be accomplished in the pursuit of protecting animal rights. Get involved contact your state and local government to see what you can do to stop puppy mills in your own state.
Imagine buying a cute, adorable puppy from a pet store. Within weeks of living at home, the dog starts vomiting and refusing food. Why? Because of an uncontrollable birth defect from being born in a puppy mill. Many never make it past age 5.
For decades classified ads have been the first place that puppy buyers go to look for a new pet. Irresponsible breeders tap into this Market easily by placing classified ads on websites like Craigslist. Please be aware of any ads that list several breeds for sale.
Sadly, this is far too common. Early deaths from birth defects are apparent because the disregard for quality care found in for-profit mills.
Unsurprisingly, there are still greedy businessmen who believe puppy mills benefit consumers. Please pass on to family, friends and co-workers about the importance of buying a shelter dog versus from a breeder. Our shelters are literally splitting at the seams with perfectly healthy and adoptable dogs just waiting for a loving home but unfortunately most of them never make it out into that loving home and are euthanized. Stop breeding be their voice and help make a difference in their lives🐾💖#puppymillssuck
#adoptdontshop
#shelterlifesucks #savealife
User Image aliubsayswhoa Posted: Nov 19, 2017 3:39 AM (UTC)

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Regranned from *dixie812 - There are about 10,500 licensed and unlicensed puppy mills in the U.S. according to a 2017 Puppy Mill: Facts and Figures report by the Humane Society of the United States. Nearly all pet stores that sell puppies are supplied by puppy mills. More and more communities are Banning the sale of Mill-bred pets in stores but many Americans are still unaware of the connection between pet stores and puppy mills.
Additionally, California has fewer puppy mills than other states and has recently banned the sale of all dogs and cats in pet stores; Susan Riggs, senior director of State Legislation, told KQED Science.

Without the support of the remaining 49 states, nothing substantial will be accomplished in the pursuit of protecting animal rights. Get involved contact your state and local government to see what you can do to stop puppy mills in your own state.
Imagine buying a cute, adorable puppy from a pet store. Within weeks of living at home, the dog starts vomiting and refusing food. Why? Because of an uncontrollable birth defect from being born in a puppy mill. Many never make it past age 5.
For decades classified ads have been the first place that puppy buyers go to look for a new pet. Irresponsible breeders tap into this Market easily by placing classified ads on websites like Craigslist. Please be aware of any ads that list several breeds for sale.
Sadly, this is far too common. Early deaths from birth defects are apparent because the disregard for quality care found in for-profit mills.
Unsurprisingly, there are still greedy businessmen who believe puppy mills benefit consumers. Please pass on to family, friends and co-workers about the importance of buying a shelter dog versus from a breeder. Our shelters are literally splitting at the seams with perfectly healthy and adoptable dogs just waiting for a loving home but unfortunately most of them never make it out into that loving home and are euthanized. Stop breeding be their voice and help make a difference in their lives🐾💖#puppymillssuck
#adoptdontshop
#shelterlifesucks #savealife - #regrann