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rescue/shelter VS. Breeder
I am torn here, as I have posted earlier, We are looking for a dog/puppy to
bring home. I had previously decided that adopting a dog/puppy from a
shelter would be the best route, mainly because I feel so bad about them
being there in the first place...But...with all the stories I have heard
about the way dogs/puppies are treated at a breeders, aren't they the ones
we should feel sorry for? Most shelters now-days are non-kill, meaning dogs
can stay until they find a home or die a natural death. These puppies and
dogs at the breeder have no such luck. I know the point that anti-breeders
are trying to get across is that we should not help the mean people profit
from the way they treat the poor little things, but if I get a puppy out of
that situation, isn't the good outweighing the bad?
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