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Kids against puppy mills

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Puppy mills are everywhere around the world. In the United States, an estimate of the puppy mills are 4,000 and that is only the ones we know of.


In a year, one puppy mill produces half a million puppies. I believe that puppy mills are wrong and should go away forever.

Puppy mills are bad for the dogs health. All puppy mill owners don't care about the dogs, they just want money. The puppies are often kept in kennels with wire flooring that injures their paws and legs. 

Imagine yourself as one of the sad injured puppies locked inside a kennel your entire life. What would you do? 

People should stand up against puppy mill owners who make money from hurting innocent, little puppies in the puppy mills. Why do puppy mill owner's treat their puppies so dreadful? Some pet stores buy puppies from puppy mills. Only half of the puppies make it to the store alive.

Laws have been made but they haven't abolished puppy mills. Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Kansas,and Missouri have the highest number of puppy mills than anywhere else in the world. 

Puppy mills originated in World War 2. Puppy mills have been around too long and should never be seen again! 

The laws they have already made for puppy mills are just fining the owner's not getting rid of the puppy mills.

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    Alexa United States
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    Alexa United States
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    Patricia Vinson United States
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    BellaDonna Iodice United States
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    Agneta Persson Sweden
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    Dagmar Grabsch Germany
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    Olga Matveeva Russian Federation
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    Jennifer Tavernier United States
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    karen lyons kalmenson United States
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    Olga Matveeva Russian Federation
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    Christeen Anderson United States
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    Debbie Williamson United States
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    Natacha PENET France
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    Maria Schneider
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    ERIKA KÄHKÖNEN Finland
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