Toms River Animal Control Officers Help Close Down Alleged Puppy Mill

Debbi Winogracki
Public Information Officer
Toms River Township
 
On Tuesday, August 5, 2014, Toms River Animal Control officers, with the  assistance of the Toms River Police Department, obtained a search warrant to enter the premises at Picture Perfect Pets at 1765 Route 9 in Toms River, NJ. The search warrant was based on an anonymous complaint.

Why I Would Always Adopt a Shelter Animal

By: Lisa LaFontaine

President and CEO, Washington Humane Society

7/22/14

Since I spend a good deal of my life advocating for the adoption of shelter and rescue animals, I was especially disappointed with Erin Auerbach's recently-published column ("Why I'd Never Adopt a Shelter Dog Again") in several national news outlets.

From Rehab to Recovery: A Puppy Mill Survivor’s Incredible Journey (Part 2 of 2)

Puppy Mill Survivor

Advocates, today is No Pet Store Puppies Day. Last week, we gave you a glimpse into the process of behavioral rehabilitation for one particular dog, Dusty, who was terrified of everyone and everything after a life spent in a puppy mill. Read the rest of Dusty’s story, as told by our staff behavior experts, to see the amazing progress puppy mill survivors like him can make.

July 21 is No Pet Store Puppies Day!

No Pet Store Puppies Day, ASPCA

Thousands of dogs spend their entire lives in puppy mills—where profit is given priority over the well-being of the dogs. They live in overcrowded, unsanitary conditions for years on end, and may suffer from behavioral, congenital and hereditary problems as a result of irresponsible breeding practices. Their puppies are sometimes sold to pet shops—usually through a broker, or middleman—and marketed as young as eight weeks of age.

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