They need our
protection.

They need our
protection.


 

CAPS is the only national non-profit organization dedicated exclusively to protecting companion animals from abuse in puppy mills and pet shops.

 

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connection.

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The Problem:
Puppy mills overbreed,
leading to high rates
of euthanasia.


Don’t get bitten by online, pet store purchases

Sunday, 17 July 2011 20:00
Publication/Event date: 2011-07-15
Publication name: WEWS 5 ABC
Summary:
Consumers should pursue due diligence to protect animal welfare - and their pocketbooks.
Mark Stettner had no idea how Thanksgiving Day 2008 would change his life. His daughter, then a college sophomore, returned to their Allentown, Pa., home with the news that she had a dog - and it wasn't permitted in her campus housing. "That's when I inherited Max - and the problems," says Stettner, an Angie's List member.
Stettner's daughter bought Max, who was advertised as a purebred toy poodle, for $1,347 from an online pet broker called Breedersdirect.com. "Thanksgiving weekend he had some stomach problems, and was initially diagnosed with colitis," Stettner says. "But Max didn't get really sick until the following July."

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CompanionAnimal Protection Society

Investigating Pet Shops and Puppy Mills since 1992

759 CJC Hwy., #332
Cohasset, MA 02025
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