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Puppy Mill Protestors Take Public Awareness Campaign Online

What do you think can be done to put an end to puppy mills?

Puppy mill protestors, a familiar sight on Route 25 in Aquebogue, have taken their public awareness campaign to YouTube.
Puppy mill protestors, a familiar sight on Route 25 in Aquebogue, have taken their public awareness campaign to YouTube.
A group of protestors who stood for months on Route 25 in Aquebogue to raise awareness about puppy mills have continued in their quest for public outreach.

Recently, the Companion Animal Protection Society embarked upon an ad campaign on the Long Island Rail Road to raise awareness.

The ad campaign featured fashion models who highlighted the horrors of puppy mills.

And now, CAPS has taken their message to YouTube, with videos describing puppy mills -- and what individuals can do, to help.

To watch a YouTube video, click here.

What do you think can be done to put an end to puppy mills, once and for all? Share your thoughts with Patch.


Chris Ksoll April 25, 2013 at 10:46 AM
www.dogbydogdocumentary.com and @dogbydog on Facebook are going to change what is out there about the mills! Please take a look. It's time to end the mills!
Ginger Baker April 25, 2013 at 04:40 PM
CAPS is making such giant leaps in making the public aware of the cruelty they support when purchasing any product in any pet store that sells puppy mill puppies. More people need to join CAPS to spread the word. Adopt, Don't Shop and stop breeding and work against puppy mills instead, until the shelters are empty.

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