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  1. Arti says:

    com is a great resource. If you’re determined to have a dog of a specific breed, there are many waiting to be adopted—one in four dogs in shelters is a “purebred. ” Additionally, there are rescue groups looking for homes for dogs of just about every breed. If everyone were to stop buying puppies from pet stores, there would be no market for mass-produced puppies, puppy mills would go out of business, and a lot fewer dogs would suffer. Animal companions can live longer, healthier lives by being spayed or neutered. There have been a few efforts to limit the number of litters a breeder can register with larger institutions which include the American Kennel Club.

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