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#1 – Beagle  Lovingly independent, the Beagle will find amusement anywhere if left to their own devices. There will be trouble with a indifferent owner who doesn’t appreciate what the Beagle has to offer. Click page 2 below for the next breed! (adsbygoogle …

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#1 – Beagle Lovingly independent, the Beagle will find amusement anywhere if left to their own devices. There will be trouble with a indifferent owner who doesn’t appreciate what the Beagle has to offer. Click page 2 below for the next breed! (adsbygoogle …

FYI: When and Why Did Puppy Mills Begin? Puppy mills became more prevalent after World War II. In response to widespread crop failures in the Midwest, the United States Department of Agriculture began promoting purebred puppies as a fool-proof "cash" crop. Chicken coops and rabbit hutches were re-purposed for dogs, and the retail pet industry; pet stores large and small boomed with the increasing supply of puppies from the new "mills."

FYI: When and Why Did Puppy Mills Begin? Puppy mills became more prevalent after World War II. In response to widespread crop failures in the Midwest, the United States Department of Agriculture began promoting purebred puppies as a fool-proof "cash" crop. Chicken coops and rabbit hutches were re-purposed for dogs, and the retail pet industry; pet stores large and small boomed with the increasing supply of puppies from the new "mills."

FYI: When and Why Did Puppy Mills Begin? Puppy mills became more prevalent after World War II. In response to widespread crop failures in the Midwest, the United States Department of Agriculture began promoting purebred puppies as a fool-proof "cash" crop. Chicken coops and rabbit hutches were re-purposed for dogs, and the retail pet industry; pet stores large and small boomed with the increasing supply of puppies from the new "mills."

FYI: When and Why Did Puppy Mills Begin? Puppy mills became more prevalent after World War II. In response to widespread crop failures in the Midwest, the United States Department of Agriculture began promoting purebred puppies as a fool-proof "cash" crop. Chicken coops and rabbit hutches were re-purposed for dogs, and the retail pet industry; pet stores large and small boomed with the increasing supply of puppies from the new "mills."

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