How To Stop Puppy Mills – Horrifying ~ Kitten Mills are Horrifying Animal Mills Exist for One Purpose — to Supply Pet Shops ~ Not Unlike CAFO-GMO Factory Farms Feedlots – Awareness – TRUMPS Ignorance – PREVENTS MEDICARE & NURSING HOME~

How To Stop Puppy Mills

Puppy mills ~ They’re filthy, overcrowded, often with hundreds of dogs crammed into tiny cages. If you haven’t seen a puppy mill, check out this video. Or this one  Or just look at this picture: Dogs living in a typical puppy mill ~ These dogs spend their entire lives in confinement, exposed to the elements and denied proper veterinary care. It’s horrifying. Kitten mills are horrifying, too. Animal mills like these exist for one primary purpose — to supply animals to pet shops.

You may have seen the above video in recent articles by The Dodo and Care2. If you haven’t, please give it a watch. Using undercover footage, we expose the deceptive methods used by Southern California pet shops to hide the source of their animals.

But pet shops aren’t just a problem in California. They are selling animals all over the country, which is why they present one of our best opportunities in the fight against puppy mills. If pet shops didn’t sell animals, or they only offered shelter animals for adoption, puppy mills would lose their biggest market and go out of business.

CAPS protestors outside a pet shop – Through protests, we’ve convinced some pet shops to go humane and forced others to close, but that sort of pressure isn’t always enough. That’s why CAPS is going city-by-city to pass local ordinance laws that ban the retail sale of puppies, kittens, and rabbits.

We brought this ordinance strategy to the forefront a few years ago with a victory in West Hollywood, CA, which banned the retail sale of animals. Since then, we’ve helped pass ordinances in Los Angeles, Glendale, and San Diego, as well as other locations in the US and Canada.

Puppy mill dog for sale in a pet shop-To see a pet shop ordinance in your area, there are two things you can do.

1). Contact CAPS to let us know about any pet shops in your area that sell animals. We can investigate them to gather evidence, then approach your city council with an effective ordinance strategy.

2). If you have purchased a sick or dying puppy or kitten from a pet shop, please fill out a CAPS complaint form. We will use this information to support our ordinance work – The ordinance movement is gaining steam, so please help us keep the momentum going. With your assistance, we can stop puppy and kitten mills.To gain trust, sit and pet your dog while giving the dog some treats. If your dog is uncomfortable being pet, then just try to offer some treats. Move slowly around the dog and avoid sudden movements and making loud noises (so please no vacuuming in your dog’s area). Introduce new people slowly and individually

READ MORE –

Adopting a Puppy Mill Rescue Dog | Animal Rescue Fund of the … arfhamptons.org › adopting-a-puppy-mill-rescue-dog

Because puppy mill operators often fail to apply proper husbandry practices that would remove sick dogs from their breeding pools, puppies from puppy mills are prone to congenital and hereditary conditions. These can include: Epilepsy. Heart disease. The Truth About Puppy Mills | Roscoe Village Animal Hospital    www.roscoevillageanimalhospital.com › …

Real Dog Food Recipe ~ MODIFIED WITH GMO OMITTED & NO FACTORY FARMED & No GMO ~ GRAIN-FREE FLAWED CONCEPT GMO free!

To Add Quality of Life & Limit Vet Bills & For 15 lb. Dog ~

MODIFIED WITH GMO OMITTED NOT FARMED & FED GMO – For a 15-pound dog, mix: ‘GRAIN-FREE’ – A ‘FLAWED-CONCEPT’~

IT IS NOT the Heritage Ancient Grain – BUT THE ‘GMO & FACTORY PROCESSES’ THAT CAUSES PETS TO BE MALNOURISHED-

~PETS HAVE CNS, BRAIN & IMMUNE SYSTEM TO SUPPORT~

What is the best homemade dog food recipe? Ingredients:

  1. 1 1/2 cups brown rice, farro, spelt, quinoa (cooked)- no GMO (soy, corn or alfalfa or meat from GMO fed-
  2. 1 tablespoon EV olive oil or Pasture-raised Beef tallow or Lard
  3. Pasture-Raised Bone Broth-
  4. 3 pounds ground Pasture-raised ground beef or frozen Wild Caught white fish, tuna or not farmed & FED GMO~
  5. 3 cups baby spinach or deep green leafy vegetable chopped.
  6. 2 carrots, shredded.
  7. SQUASH – (not GMO zucchini) or any squash, shredded.
  8. 1/2 cup peas, canned or frozen. any frozen 
  9. Crowder or black eye peas for protein 

INSPIRED(Converted to NonGMO & Factory altering processes – BY DIY Homemade Dog Food – Damn Delicious

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Same Ignorance for CAFO-GMO Factory Farms for Most of the beef consumed in the United States comes from such feedlots, where cattle arrive after living for six months on pasture and grass to be finished for another six months or so on a diet of GMO corn, Soy & GMO alfalfa -.Dec 28, 2011

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Local Source  – Bolyard’s Meat & Provisions PASTURE-RAISED SOURCE IN MAPLEWOOD, MO   ‘DRY’ MEAT CASES ~not Modern WET Factory – ‘BACTERIA INCUBATORS’~

Bolyard’s Meat & Provisions 314-647-2567

Local butcher shop offering pasture raised, hand cut meat, house made provisions, charcuterie, fermented items and more. NOW SERVING LUNCH. Delicious – Still using Refined High Carb Bread from all-purpose-less flour – Ok to BYOB (bring  own Bread – Clean – Sprouted Angelic, Silver Hills or Alvarado Bakeries –

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At Bolyard’s Meat & Provisions we offer pork, chicken, beef, and lamb that have been raised on the lush pastures of small Midwestern farms. Non-confinement, rotational grazing &  diets consisting of (May be GMO) alfalfa?, bluegrass, chicory, clover, and an occasional acorn and grub worm, allow our animals to thrive ~ without the use of hormones or antibiotics internally produced Cortisol from Stressful Factory Farming.!

Peacefully grazing in Sunshine & munching on Plant material with OMEGA 3!!!

Passion and patience fuel our farmers & it shows in the exceptional quality of our meats, bones for bone stock, lunch meats, pastrami, sausages (Cajun, Summer) & Brain healthy PASTURE-RAISED  Beef tallow for worry-free frying French Fries, pasture-raised bacon (Brain Healthy prevent & REVERSE Memory, Alzheimers, Heart Problems~

~ All in a DRY MEAT-CASE -(to prevent microbial growth)~ Our customers can shop with confidence, knowing that they are bringing home the very best and absolute freshest pasture raised meat Saint. Louis has to offer.˜Muscle meat is made for Athletes & Labor- Not desk jockeys over 55 years old!

CHRIS BOLYARD  ~ HEAD BUTCHER & OWNER

I am a meat geek. Meat has always been a big part of my life. Growing up in the Midwest, my Dad was active in the competitive BBQ circuit around town, and he always had me in tow to help out. I guess you could say my love for meat was seared into me at a young age. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York in 2000, I moved home and worked for over a decade as Chef Kevin Nashan’s Chef de Cuisine at Sidney Street Cafe. I Loved cooking, and still do, but I always found myself drawn to the proteins. As the restaurant evolved, so did our desire to work with local farmers, not just for their beautiful produce, but also for whole animals. The job of finding the way around and utilizing all the parts of hogs, lambs, and goats, became my job, and I developed a deep passion for it. It didn’t take long for me to realize that butchering and sausage making was my calling. I’ve used the last few years to hone in my skills, and master all the cuts. I am so excited to offer families in the St. Louis area a place to buy super fresh, locally raised, pastured meat. I have personally visited every farm and processing facility our animals come from. The humane treatment of all of our animals is of the utmost importance to me. Our meats are raised on pastures and are never treated with antibiotics or growth stimulating hormones. They are encouraged to engage in their natural behaviors, and always treated with the respect they deserve.& I realize that the idea of cooking nose-to-tail may seem a bit out of the home-cook’s league, but believe me it’s not. We have tons of fast, easy recipes, and I’d be happy to share professional cooking tips with anyone who is interested. So don’t be shy, and feel free to ask me, or any of the meat heads working at the shop your questions! Don’t worry, if preparing beef tongue, or pork liver isn’t your thing, 

MEET OUR FARMERS

Buttonwood Farm California, MO Matt and Eleanor Tiefenbrun have been raising Cornish-Cross chickens and Broad Breasted White turkeys on pasture since 2010. Their hard work is evident in all they do; be it bird keeping, bee keeping, or their beautiful produce. Matt delivers his birds, fresh to the shop weekly, and he ALWAYS has a smile on his face!

Price Family Farm Troy, MO

David and Lana Price set up their meticulous homestead in Troy, Missouri in 2000 and have been raising pastured beef since. He is passionate about raising cattle the way they were intended and has mastered the art of creating a well marbled animal on herbaside free Missouri pasture. David hand feeds his cattle soy (GMO?) been hulls and cracked corn (GMO likely)  twice a day. We offer 1/2 and 1/4 steers from Price Farm.

Newman Farm Heritage Berkshire Pork and Pasture Raised Lamb ~Â Myrtle, MO

Newman Farm was founded by Mark and Rita Newman in 1994. After 10 years as a consultant in the commercial pork industry, Mark was traveling in England on business,  when he saw hogs being raised outdoors, on lush pasture. Mark brought that idea back to the states, and paved the way for pasture raised Heritage breed Berkshire/Kurabota. Newman Farms is the cream of the crop, and is ‘Certified Humane Raised & Handled’. After Mark’s sudden passing in August 2013, his sons and wife have continued with Mark’s same passion and standards. We are grateful for all of Mark’s hard work and efforts in bringing attention to Heritage breeds, and humane farming practices.

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Pet Store Puppies: Why You Shouldn’t Rescue One

Because it’s sad to see pet store puppies in cages, many people want to “rescue” them by buying them. While the intentions of these people are good, buying dogs helps pet stores stay in business, perpetuating the cycle of thousands more puppies being raised in puppy mills and then sold in stores. In short, “rescuing” a puppy from a pet store helps puppy mills thrive.

Every puppy sold means more puppies will be ordered. Pet stores operate like any other retail business; they have inventory and puppies are part of that inventory. If you walk into a store and see a sad-looking dachshund puppy and decide to buy her to get her out of the store, the store places an order for another dachshund puppy. Your kind-hearted gesture of purchasing pet store puppies is interpreted by the store as a demand for that breed. Without intending to do so, you’ve helped keep another commercial breeder, broker and pet store in business.

But shouldn’t I care about pet store puppies?

Yes, but remember that puppies in pet stores are the ones who have already made it out of the puppy mill. The real tragedy is the hundreds of thousands of dogs and puppies still living in puppy mills, where almost all pet store puppies come from. These dogs live in tiny cramped cages for most of their lives, for the sole purpose of producing puppies to be sold in pet stores. You can help put puppy mills out of business by never buying a puppy from a store for any reason.

What happens to pet store puppies who aren’t sold?

As with other unsold inventory, they go on sale. Stores buy puppies for a fraction of what they charge their customers. An eight-week-old puppy may have an initial price tag of $1,500 in a store. If no one buys the puppy, the store will lower the price, and continue to mark it down as the puppy grows larger and gets older. Eventually, puppies are marked down to the price the store paid the puppy mill broker — usually a few hundred dollars. If the puppy still doesn’t sell, stores will often cut their losses and give puppies away to employees, friends or rescue groups.

I can’t stand the thought of those puppies in the store. I still want to rescue one.

That’s why we recommend a “do not enter” approach to compassionate people like you. Don’t go into pet stores that sell puppies; don’t buy supplies there; don’t even go in just to look. If you want to help puppies and dogs, walk away from the pet store and head to your local shelter to adopt.

For more information, visit the puppy mills initiatives page.

How To Stop Puppy Mills    November 16, 2016

Puppy mills. They’re filthy, overcrowded, often with hundreds of dogs crammed into tiny cages. If you haven’t seen a puppy mill, check out this video. Or this one.

Or just look at this picture:

Dogs living in a typical puppy mill

These dogs spend their entire lives in confinement, exposed to the elements and denied proper veterinary care. It’s horrifying. Kitten mills are horrifying, too. Animal mills like these exist for one primary purpose — to supply animals to pet shops.

You may have seen the above video in recent articles by The Dodo and Care2. If you haven’t, please give it a watch. Using undercover footage, we expose the deceptive methods used by Southern California pet shops to hide the source of their animals.

But pet shops aren’t just a problem in California. They are selling animals all over the country, which is why they present one of our best opportunities in the fight against puppy mills. If pet shops didn’t sell animals, or they only offered shelter animals for adoption, puppy mills would lose their biggest market and go out of business.

CAPS protestors outside a pet shop

Through protests, we’ve convinced some pet shops to go humane and forced others to close, but that sort of pressure isn’t always enough. That’s why CAPS is going city-by-city to pass local ordinance laws that ban the retail sale of puppies, kittens, and rabbits.

We brought this ordinance strategy to the forefront a few years ago with a victory in West Hollywood, CA, which banned the retail sale of animals. Since then, we’ve helped pass ordinances in Los Angeles, Glendale, and San Diego, as well as other locations in the US and Canada.

Puppy mill dog for sale in a pet shop

If you would like to see a pet shop ordinance in your area, there are two things you can do.

1). Contact CAPS to let us know about any pet shops in your area that sell animals. We can investigate them to gather evidence, then approach your city council with an effective ordinance strategy.

2). If you have purchased a sick or dying puppy or kitten from a pet shop, please fill out a CAPS complaint form. We will use this information to support our ordinance work.

The ordinance movement is gaining steam, so please help us keep the momentum going. With your assistance, we can stop puppy and kitten mills.To gain trust, sit and pet your dog while giving the dog some treats. If your dog is uncomfortable being pet, then just try to offer some treats. Move slowly around the dog and avoid sudden movements and making loud noises (so please no vacuuming in your dog’s area). Introduce new people slowly and individually.

READ MORE –

Adopting a Puppy Mill Rescue Dog | Animal Rescue Fund of the …

arfhamptons.org › adopting-a-puppy-mill-rescue-dog

Because puppy mill operators often fail to apply proper husbandry practices that would remove sick dogs from their breeding pools, puppies from puppy mills are prone to congenital and hereditary conditions. These can include: Epilepsy. Heart disease.

The Truth About Puppy Mills | Roscoe Village Animal Hospital

www.roscoevillageanimalhospital.com › …

Eventually, puppies are marked down to the price the store paid the puppy mill broker — usually a few hundred dollars. If the puppy still doesn’t sell, stores will often cut their losses and give puppies away to employees, friends or rescue groups.Aug 2, 2018

Pet Store Puppies | Best Friends Animal Society

Pet Store Puppies:

Why You Shouldn’t Rescue One PUPPY MILLS

Because it’s sad to see pet store puppies in cages, many people want to “rescue” them by buying them. While the intentions of these people are good, buying dogs helps pet stores stay in business, perpetuating the cycle of thousands more puppies being raised in puppy mills and then sold in stores. In short, “rescuing” a puppy from a pet store helps puppy mills thrive.

Every puppy sold means more puppies will be ordered. Pet stores operate like any other retail business; they have inventory and puppies are part of that inventory. If you walk into a store and see a sad-looking dachshund puppy and decide to buy her to get her out of the store, the store places an order for another dachshund puppy. Your kind-hearted gesture of purchasing pet store puppies is interpreted by the store as a demand for that breed. Without intending to do so, you’ve helped keep another commercial breeder, broker and pet store in business.

But shouldn’t I care about pet store puppies?

Yes, but remember that puppies in pet stores are the ones who have already made it out of the puppy mill. The real tragedy is the hundreds of thousands of dogs and puppies still living in puppy mills, where almost all pet store puppies come from. These dogs live in tiny cramped cages for most of their lives, for the sole purpose of producing puppies to be sold in pet stores. You can help put puppy mills out of business by never buying a puppy from a store for any reason.

What happens to pet store puppies who aren’t sold?

As with other unsold inventory, they go on sale. Stores buy puppies for a fraction of what they charge their customers. An eight-week-old puppy may have an initial price tag of $1,500 in a store. If no one buys the puppy, the store will lower the price, and continue to mark it down as the puppy grows larger and gets older. Eventually, puppies are marked down to the price the store paid the puppy mill broker — usually a few hundred dollars. If the puppy still doesn’t sell, stores will often cut their losses and give puppies away to employees, friends or rescue groups.

I can’t stand the thought of those puppies in the store. I still want to rescue one.

That’s why we recommend a “do not enter” approach to compassionate people like you. Don’t go into pet stores that sell puppies; don’t buy supplies there; don’t even go in just to look. If you want to help puppies and dogs, walk away from the pet store and head to your local shelter to adopt.

For more information, visit the puppy mills initiatives page.

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