Suspicious?

What to do if I become suspicious?

Don’t be afraid to report it

Prospective buyers who suspect they are meeting a puppy farmer or agent should never agree to purchase the puppy – this simply fuels the trade, causing even more puppies and breeding bitches to suffer.

Instead they should report the incident to their local authority or Consumer Direct on 08454 04 05 06.

If you suspect that a breeder is a puppy farmer, contact your local authority, who will be able to investigate.

Be suspicious of a puppy farmed pup if:

Mum isn't there
(she's most likely miles away on cruel puppy farm)

You're told mum's
at the vet,
been run over, sick,
basically anywhere else

Price is either
very cheap
(£100-£350)
or very expensive
(£2000-£7000)

Pup is being
sold in a pet shop
or garden centre

Only buy a puppy if:

You can see puppy
interacting with mum

 

It’s a
breeder recommended
by the Kennel Club
(preferably Assured Breeder)

It’s a rescue centre that’s a
registered charity

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.

Main sponsor

Nutriment