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Following our survey to local authorities in the UK, Naturewatch launches campaign calling for stricter legislation to control the breeding and selling of dogs. More »

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Thank you for entering our free prize draw for a 'Say NO to Puppy Farming' bandana!

The draw will take place at 12noon on Wednesday 11th December and we will contact winners via email prior to free UK postage. Good luck!
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Your support means we can continue our investigations into the puppy farming reports we receive and finally expose, and hopefully, close down puppy farmers who choose to put profit before the welfare of dogs.  Breeding dogs are forced to live a life of misery and pain with greedy puppy farmers making money from selling often unhealthy and unsocialised puppies. It is time puppy farmers were stopped once and for all, and your support will help to make that happen.

Over the past 18 months, Naturewatch Foundation has strongly welcomed new laws that tighten dog breeding regulations and legislation to ban the sale of puppies and kittens by third-party sellers, such as in pet shops. Sadly, criminals will still ignore the law and try to make money from breeding dogs, often selling puppies via the internet. As an animal welfare charity, we have an important role to play in helping dog lovers be informed and not conned by puppy farmers.

On behalf of thousands of breeding dogs and their puppies, we thank you wholeheartedly.  Your support means we can continue working towards ending the suffering of thousands of breeding dogs and their puppies at the hands of cruel puppy farmers.  Make a donation to support our campaigns or telephone 01242 252871.