Protect Puppies in Oklahoma

posted February 25th, 2010 by
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Feb. 25, 2010

Protect Puppies in Oklahoma

Dear Friend,

Puppy mills produce puppies for sale in pet stores, directly to the public and over the Internet. They commonly house the animals in overcrowded, filthy and inhumane conditions, often with no veterinary care or human interaction. Fortunately, legislation (S.B. 1712) has been introduced in Oklahoma to crack down on puppy mills.

Please make a brief, polite phone call to your state senator Tom Adelson (405) 521-5551 and urge support for S.B. 1712. You can say: “My name is [your name] and I’m calling from [your town]. As a constituent, I’m calling to ask you to support S.B. 1712 to protect dogs in Oklahoma.” Thanks for all you do for animals.


Wayne Pacelle, President & CEO

Humane Society of the US


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