Tagged: puppy farming

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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...

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An Angel has Arrived

When Susie-Belle died I had an urgent sense that a new dog must join us and we adopted Cerise 6 weeks later. When Twinkle died in July I felt in no hurry to get...

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Inside The UK’s Puppy Farm Capital

This time last year, Schnauzerfest supporter, Aimee, at the time 13 years old invited Alun Cairns MP, Seretary of State for Wales to join her for the Barry Island Schnauzerfest Walk. He attended, took...

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Remembering Merlin

At the beginning of 2017 the Diana Brimblecombe Animal Rescue Centre took in a dog who has today left this world. Merlin spread much happiness, love and magic in the short time he got...

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Where Life Gets Going

Everything is bewildering to dogs when they first leave a puppy farm. All is new in the outside world. While being lifted from the darkness of a breeding shed is good for them, it’s...