Let’s help these guys

This post is part of the 2010 Blogathon Fund Raising Charity Initiative.

VetLIVE is trying to raise money for National Mill Dog Rescue. National Mill Dog Rescue (NMDR) has saved over 3828 dogs and counting. At National Mill Dog Rescue, “It’s all about the dogs.” NMDR has pledged to put an end to the cruelty and evil of the commercial breeding industry, more commonly known as puppy mills. Through educating the public and through the use of their 500 volunteers, NMDR is on the cutting edge of saving mill pets and helping improve the industry. NMDR is a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

Please simply press the “Donate” button below to contribute. All size donations are accepted!

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November 13, 2010 at 21:08

this is horrible and disgusting.

November 13, 2010 at 23:44

Yes it is. I can’t believe mill breeders can live with themselves.

November 13, 2010 at 21:59

I adopted a former milldog ( Italian Greyhound) from National Mill Dog Rescue. This is a rewarding experience which I highly recommend to anyone with compassion and patience. My iggy was caged and neglected for 6 years – and made someone a lot of money. She is on her way to becoming a spoiled iggy, and learning that a dog life can be good and all humans are not evil. Please help put an end to this disgusting industry.

November 13, 2010 at 23:46

Thank you for your support Claudette! Good for you for saving her from –I can’t imagine the rehabilitation required after 6 years–absolutely horrible! Please help us spread the word in collecting donations.

Allyson Salzer
November 14, 2010 at 08:42

How sad. Why doesn’t the USDA do anything about this?