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February 24, 2013

National Justice for Animals Week

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What It Is

National Justice for Animals Week, from February 18-24 is all about bringing awareness to abused and neglected animals, as well as how to report cases like these. 

The best way you can help is by being careful with your own dogs or puppies. In a perfect world, we would like to say we never have to give up a dog.  But the truth of the matter is it happens; whether it be because you move or one of many other reasons. Giving up a dog is a very sad thing, but the point we are getting to, is be careful how you give this dog up. Social media sites, as well as others, are used to post dogs.  But no matter if the price is $100 or if you post him for free, be sure to interview anyone that is interested.  It us up to you to send your dog off to a good home. Many dogs can end up in homes of hoarders or pet abusers.  Don't let this happen to pets of yours!  So don't settle for just anyone if you ever have to let a pet go! 

 

For more information, visit the Animal Legal Defense Fund

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