Publication: Long Island Press
Summary: Two Nassau County lawmakers running against each other for higher office have proposed bills aimed at preventing the sale of dogs from abusive “puppy mills,” turning the issue into a political football. This article mentions CAPS New York Director Barbara Dennihy.
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Publication: South Shore Woman
Summary: South Shore Woman recently published an article about CAPS President Deborah Howard and her work fighting pet shops and puppy mills. An eight-week old yellow Labrador puppy with open cuts, pressed his injured leg against the metal grate that housed him. The smell of filth was profound, and intense noise was deafening to young canine ears.
Ordinance Number 182309
October 31, 2012
Ordinance Number O-2013-102
July 9, 2013
"Adopt, Don't Shop" Public Service Campaign (Radio)
CAPS President Deborah Howard on Magic 106.7's Exceptional Women
- Deborah Howard Biography (PDF)
- Beatrice's Biography (PDF)
- CAPS Brochure (PDF)
- Why You Shouldn't Buy that Puppy in the Window (PDF)
- Why You Shouldn't Buy that Puppy on the Internet (PDF)
To raise awareness about the horrors of the pet shops and puppy mills, CAPS has generated stories with the following media: CNN, "Dateline," "20/20," "Hard Copy," Reader's Digest, Life, People, Detroit Free Press, The Philadelphia Inquirer (two front page articles) and numerous local television news stations and newspapers
CAPS worked for more than a year with Dateline to prepare "A Dog's Life," the in-depth report on pet shops and puppy mills that aired on April 26 and May 10 of 2000. This well-researched piece focused not only on Petland, the largest chain in the country, and the puppy mills that deal with Petland and other pet shops, but also on the American Kennel Club's and USDA's roles in this tragic problem. "A Dog's Life" won a Genesis award in the network newsmagazine category.
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