TWO MOON'S SIBERIANS

            

 

                                                                    Siberian Husky Breeder

PUPPY MILLS  CRUELTY

WOW I COULD NOT BELIEVE IT!, THE SIGNS ARE ALL THERE WITHOUT A DOUBT!  ON 1/2018, I ENTERED A MALL IN BREA ,CA. THEY HAD A PET SHOP THAT STILL SELLS PUPPIES THE PRICES THAT THE PUPPIES ARE BEING SOLD FOR ARE  OUTRAGEOUS AND THESE POOR PUPS ARE IN GLASSED CAGES NO BIGGER THEN 3X6. LIFELESS JUST SLEEPING NO ROOM TO RUN AND PLAY. NO FRESH AIR, IT REALLY SICKEN ME. WHLIE GOING AROUND READING THE INFOMATION ON EACH PUP LOTS WERE MIXED THE NEW POO THIS AND POO THAT, YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN. AND SOME AKC ONE'S TOO, SO EITHER PEOPLE DONE READ OR DON'T CARE BECAUSE IT WAS OBVIOUS THAT THEY ARE ALL FROM A PUPPY MILL BECAUSE THEY ALL STATED THEY WERE FROM MENLO IN KANSAS. HOW CAN THAT BE!! SHOCKING.. THERE WERE ABOUT 20 DIFFERENT BREEDS.

OH FYI SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPS PRICED AT $2,200.

YOU CAN STOP IT.......                                                                      

   The dog breeders or pet stores you've picked to buy your puppy from might be supporting the notorious "puppy mill" industry. Puppy mills are breeding businesses that raise dogs in shockingly poor conditions. "Breeder stock" animals are caged and continually bred for years, without human companionship and with little hope of ever becoming part of a family. After their fertility wanes, breeding animals may be killed, abandoned, or sold to another mill. The results of all this breeding/ Hundreds of thousands of puppies, many with behavior and helth problems not easily seen at the time of purchase.

WITHOUT PET STORES, PUPPY MILLS WOULDN'T SURVIVE......                                                                                                  They seem to know what they're doing, but behind the friendly facade of pet stores often lies the ugly reality of puppy mills. There's only one sure way to combat the tragedy of puppy mills--don't support them. No matter how cute the puppy in the store is, please don't buy the animal. You  may feel like you're "rescuring" the dog, but in reality you're only freeing up space for another puppy mill product while supporting and encouraging an industry based on abuse. Unless you personally visit the place your puppy was born and raised--and where the puppy's parents live--there's no way to know that your puppy didn't come from a puppy mill, no matter what a sale clerk tells you.

ONLINE SHOPPING.....                                                                Good and Bad!! You think you've found the perfect breeders, with a website filled with pictures of cute puppies, claims of how much they adore their "Furry babies" and warning that they only sell to quality homes. Everything feels right about this place, but BEWARE! --such websites are one of the newest "scams" puppy mills are running, and there's no way to know by looking at the website or talking to someone over the phone whether you're dealing with a puppy mill. Websites allow puppy millers to cut out the middleman by selling directly to consumers. Not only is this more profitable, but in most states it allows the puppy mill to avoid being inspected by the government agencies. Websites loaded with pictures and promises and not hard facts be careful!!. But remember that puppy mill  dogs in deplorable conditions, forcing them to chun out puppies for quick sale. Your purchase could be supporting cruelty. There is also the concern of shipping you are really taking a big risk on hoping that after you send your hard earn money to these breeders that you are actually going a get any product. (Would you buy a house or car without fisically examing it thurowly) NO.....

Beware of sites that post the same puppies over and over, photos that are cut and paste with cute images around them, look for real background scenes not fake, lacking details, or breeders that have pups available almost every month.