Don’t help puppy mills

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To the editor:
The most recent puppy mill bust in Sampson County last week was the 13th puppy mill bust in North Carolina since June 2010.
There were 60 dogs in this mill the day of the bust. Three days earlier, an HSUS inspector found more than 250 dogs there in deplorable conditions.
What happened to the nearly 200 dogs that disappeared from this puppy mill in three days?
You can be sure they will be for sale somewhere soon. Internet, Facebook, Craigslist—the avenues to sell a dog are endless with this inhumane, disgusting trade.

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