Each year this very special day gives the dog-loving public, the golden opportunity to help raise awareness about the UK’s cruel puppy farming trade!
New Sponsor Announcement: Nutriment’s enhanced raw dog food formula meets the high energy needs of field and farm dogs.
I have great pleasure in announcing that PUP AID 2011 will take place once again at the beautiful setting of Stanmer House.
Cats Protection is being gripped by a pensioner crisis – no-one wants to adopt its feline senior citizens. Cats Protection says that its unwanted older cats aged 12 years and above – 65 years and over in human terms – now wait, on average, 96 days before being adopted – 32 per cent longer than in […]
The Kennel Club and Dogs Trust have come together to launch the Puppy Plan, a unique new initiative for dog breeders and owners which aims to give every puppy the very best start in life to prevent behavioural problems later on. The Puppy Plan is being launched to Kennel Club Assured Breeders as a pilot scheme […]
(Kennel Club Press Release) More than one in three dog owners may have been duped into buying a puppy farmed dog, many of which end up needing thousands of pounds of veterinary and behavioural treatment, according to Kennel Club research. It is thought that the internet and demand for designer crossbreeds is fuelling the trade. Puppy farming […]
(BVA Release) The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has strongly welcomed the Welsh Government’s confirmation that it will introduce new dog breeding legislation to enhance animal welfare and tackle puppy farming this autumn. The First Minister for Wales, Carwyn Jones, used his visit to the Dogs Trust’s re-homing centre in Bridgend earlier this week to reiterate the […]
When I was last in L.A. four years ago there was one particular disturbing sight that’s always stayed with me since – a depressed sixteen week old Weimaraner puppy for sale: all alone, squeezed into a glass tank on a shelf, surrounded by yet more glass tanks containing even more pups, and all within one […]
Puppy farming is the mass commercial production of puppies purely for profit and without any thought for the health, welfare and quality of life of the puppy and its parents. Pup Aid is determined to bring about an end to this cruel and unnecessary practice.
Kept in horrific conditions, puppies are usually unvaccinated, sent long distances cross country and sold en masse – usually poorly and riddled with painful disease – to pet shops, private dealers, and for both sale and re-sale through various websites.
Take a stand. Make a donation
Your kind donation will help us to continue our efforts to raise awareness of puppy farming to help stop this cruel practice.
We'd love to hear from you. Contact one of our dedicated team today.
Help spread the word. Follow us & be part of the Pup Aid community.