BREAKING NEWS: On 9 June 2015, the Interior and Environment Appropriations Subcommittee released their draft bill for FY2016. Included in the legislation is a rider which would (among other things) require the Secretary of the Interior to delist gray wolves in Wyoming, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan from the list of endangered species.
And of course, supporters will continue pressuring elected state and local officials (includes the Holmes County, OH Commissioners) to also support a ban on dog auctions. I want to share a quote with you from Eilene Ribbens, Founder of the WI Puppy Mill Project that applies not only to WI auction but any and all dog auction everywhere, including the Buckeye Dog Auction: Read the rest of this ...
When wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan were removed from the endangered species list in January 2012, the Wisconsin legislature immediately introduced bills to allow hunting and trapping of wolves in the state.
Good news for Puppy Mill opponents. In Pennsylvania, instead of breeding dogs, they're "milking cows." In an article appearing in the Lancaster Online, Edwin Zeiset, a kennel owner licensed to breed up to 500 dogs a year said he had no choice but to shut down.
Wisconsin Puppy Mill Project, Inc.: Red Flags -- Warning Signs When Dealing with a Breeder Find this Pin and more on BREAKING: Puppy Mill News by Dahna Bender . I think the picture speaks for itself, please do not buy from pet stores you are only lining their pockets adopt you are saving a life.
Clark County in central Wisconsin is one of the worst counties for puppy mills. An Amish community settled in 1975, and there are many other Amish dotted across the state. An Amish community settled in 1975, and there are many other Amish dotted across the state.
Eilene Ribbens is the founder of The Wisconsin Puppy Mill Project (nowisconsinpuppymills.com), and she calls Carol's Canines "a known front for puppy mills." Carol's Canine's operates a store at 9501 W. Greenfield Ave., but it is only open on weekends.
Please see Puppy mills facts for more information on puppy mills, and What you can Do for additional talking points. The first will be at 7:00PM on Wednesday, October 16 th, in the Boardroom of the Fairfield Public Schools Central Office at 501 Kings Hwy East in Fairfield, CT.