Puppy farms are like factories but they only “make puppies.” They breed dogs for profit and they do not provide the best care for their dogs.
– Always ask for the mother of the dog before you purchase the dog.
– Ask for the medical and dietary history of the dog before you proceed with buying the dog.
– Puppy farms treat dogs inhumanely and they let them live in poor conditions.
Special Article: Nobody Wanted To Adopt A Badly Hurt Puppy, But Then …
The puppies from these farms are taken away from their mothers way too early that it could lead to health issues for the separated dog in the long run.
So how do you know when a puppy is from a cruel puppy farm? You have to ask for the dog’s mother.
If the person who sells you the dog makes up an excuse about the mother’s dog, do not buy from that person. If the seller also fails to give you the dog’s medical and dietary history, that is another bad sign.
Also, do not take a dog that does not have its eyes open yet because that is another red flag that would tell you it came from an inhumane puppy farm.
To read more about puppy farms, read Ashitha Nagesh’s story here – http://metro.co.uk/