A new study confirms everything that has been said about emotional damage from puppy mills. http://bit.ly/psa5v1
Dogs kept in puppy mills for years as breeding stock are severely psychologically damaged, and this study is supposedly the first research that confirms the negative impact of the harsh living conditions upon dogs’ psyches.
Many dogs in puppy mills don’t know what grass feels like beneath their feet, let alone the warmth of a pat or hug.
If you have read this blog for a while, you know Hope’s story. Please, share her story with as many people as you can. I, too, will continue to share her story, but for now to tell the whole story is a bit painful.
As for life right now, Windy is back to normal. After being left behind while my husband and I went off to work, she left us an angry present. Glad I was looking down after I opened the front door. Perfect spot. Thank goodness she doesn’t have hands and access to firearms.
My male Dachshund loves to go swimming with us. He will leave us a present at the back door when we do not take him out to the pool with us.
A doxie swimming. I would love to see that.