Tagged: puppy farming

Joy

Joy. The word that sums up what Albert Claude brings to me. More importantly what I hope he feels every single day of his life. What he did not feel, I am sure, in...

It’s here!

It’s here! Today I received my author copies of my new book. It’s an exciting time for a writer, unpacking a parcel and seeing for the first time the result of thousands of hours...

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Rewriting The Story

After Susie-Belle died in 2015 I received a beautiful portrait of her as a gift. I found it deeply moving. Not only the generosity of someone I had never met, but the thoughtfulness the...

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Cute and Fluffy? Try Dead and Dirty

It would be a peculiar person that tried to argue that puppies are not adorable, cute and fluffy. Thousands of pets for sale adverts flooding the internet show that pictures of puppies rarely fail...

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Love Is Not Enough – part 2

Adopting a dog requires thought and planning. Understanding that sharing life with a rescue dog is a privilege, not a right is a good starting point. It can sometimes be difficult to automatically get...

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Naya’s Struggle Continues

Jayne Coughlan adopted Naya, a miniature schnauzer who had spent a number of years as a breeding dog in a puppy farm. Jayne had read Saving Susie-Belle and felt inspired to adopt and do...

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Resilient Mabel

When breeding dogs leave puppy farms it’s the start of them being able to live proper lives. But for a dog whose whole existence has been in a noisy, noxious place of confinement with...

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She’s a Survivor

To the puppy farmer who confined her to a life full of fear, I want to say that you did not break her. You harmed her, you neglected her, you profited from her for...