Have you ever attempted to read the label on a cleaning product? There is a laundry list of chemicals, most of which I can’t even pronounce. The chemicals used in household cleaners can be especially harmful to infants and pets and these dangerous toxins can be present in your home long after you use them. Worried that my OCD cleaning habit might be wreaking havoc on me and my pets, I decided to seek out another option. Through my research, I discovered that there are 3 natural and non-toxic products that can be used to clean your entire home. White vinegar, baking soda, and lemon juice. Here’s how you can put these products to use around your home. …continue
Another example of the horrifying tragedy of puppy mills. This particular kennel was in violation of inspection several times, but was still allowed to operate. The people that run these kennels make me sick, and the inspectors who let them stay in business are no better in my eyes. Puppy mills sell directly to pet stores, so PLEASE do not support any store that sells animals! Please share this with others and spread the knowledge about puppy mills and pet store puppies.
Most people don’t realize that buying a puppy from a pet store usually means you are directly supporting a puppy mill. These dogs are kept in disgusting and inhumane conditions. Once the breeding females reach the point where they can no longer be bred, they are usually killed, abandoned, or sold to another puppy mill. Health and behavior problems are often seen in these dogs as the result of over breeding.
Pet stores, as well as internet sites, will purchase these puppies for very cheap prices and sell them at outrageously high prices.
Please adopt or purchase from a reputable breeder!