We are asking for your help.
Every Little Helps
We are essentially bankrupt having spent everything trying to save Blake’s Life and care for other sick dogs.
“Just paid Blake’s final bill. Pmad is bankrupt but we will bounce back. Sorry I could not save you Blake. Your a special boy. Special thanks to Jennifer Doherty and Dr Mazzochhi who have gone above and beyond medical and friend compassion. We love you.”
Kathy – Puppy Mill Awareness Day
Jason, a student from Long Island NY asked if we could speak to his class about animal abuse in puppy mills, puppy farms, pet stores etc. Jason was doing research for a project on the subject and we would have loved to be there to talk with his class in person. Unfortunately because of commitments and obligations to our dogs and the long distance we were unable to be there in person so we recorded this message.
Thank you Jason for contacting us with your questions.
Our mission is to educate the public concerning the abusive conditions and practices existing in commercial dog breeding facilities, or “puppy mills,” throughout the United States.As rescuers and animal advocates, we realized this topic was mostly untouched and needed to be addressed on a larger scale.
Puppy Mill Awareness Day (PMAD) also rescues and rehabilitates breeding dogs that are surrendered into our care. We provide much needed veterinary care, as well as socialization.
Watch our puppy mill dog slide show to see some of our dogs.
Our organization has excellent working relationships with several veterinarians in our area, who take an active role in the medical triage, care and recovery of many of the puppy mill survivors. These dogs are nursed back to health, spayed or neutered, and made available for adoption.
Our volunteers are available to speak at different events to help raise awareness of the plight of these dog and cats. (Yes, there are kitten mills too!)
If you would like a invite a speaker or just find out more information, contact [email protected]
Our organization also offers to help sponsor “Puppy Mill Awareness Day” events which other animal welfare and shelter organizations host to focus public attention on the crowded, squalid conditions in many commercial breeding facilities and the lack of basic veterinary care, poor food, lack of clean water and lack of adequate exercise space that puppy mill breeding dogs and mill puppies must endure.
How YOU can help:
Foster homes are always needed. To find out more info and how to apply contact [email protected]
Donations are accepted. We are a not for profit 501 C 3. All donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. PMAD has ZERO paid employees. All donations go towards education and the direct needs of foster dogs.
Fundraising is constant! You can donate your old car, boat, motorhome to PMAD!
We collect used cell phones, iPods, and iPads!