Weekly Rally in Lansdale, Pennsylvania
May 05, 2012
From 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Please Remember: DO NOT Park in The
Pavilion Shopping Center
Additional Rally Photos - Click HERE
it's Saturday, you'll find us at Broad Street & Whites Road in
Lansdale, PA from 10AM until 1PM, rain or shine. Since November of 2006
NPPMWatch has hosted a weekly puppy mill rally to raise awareness about
the plight of the breeder dogs and the many wonderful animals available
for adoption at local rescues and shelters. Why not join us?
One of the simplest ways to defeat the
puppy mill industry is quite simple and actually requires very little
effort on your part:
DON'T SHOP AT STORES THAT SELL
PUPPIES OR KITTENS
If no one buys, the millers will stop breeding. Tell your friends. Tell
your family. Help spread the word that one of the easiest ways to end
this despicable industry is simply not to buy their products. Don't buy
your food at these stores and don't buy your supplies there, either. ONLY SHOP AT STORES THAT DO NOT SELL
COMPANION ANIMALS and send a
strong message to pet shops selling puppies and kittens: if you
continue to exploit animals for profit, we'll do our best to see that
you have NO profits whatsoever.
Lend a hand at a demonstration. It's easy. It's fun. And it does make a
difference. North Penn Puppy Mill Watch hosts peaceful weekly
demonstrations and everyone's always welcome!
Please Be Mindful of Parking
Restrictions: attendees of the North Penn Puppy
Mill Watch weekly educational rally should NOT
park in the Pavilion Shopping Center. Instead, simply travel down
Whites Road and park on any of the side streets that are all within
walkable distance to the rally.
For directions, click HERE.
Remember, never, ever purchase a puppy,
or any other animal, from a pet shop! Consider adoption from
a reputable shelter or rescue instead. In
2007, more than 87,000 dogs were surrendered to Pennsylvania shelters and every year more than 5
companion animals are euthanized in the United States primarily due to
homelessness. Please help to reduce this number and save a life by
visiting your local SPCA, breed specific rescue or PetFinder.com