Pup Rescued From Hong Kong Puppy Mill Gets Precious New Lease On Life
When it comes to welcoming a new dog into your home, you’ve probably heard the advice: adopt, don’t shop.
While there are reputable breeders out there that can be found with a little bit of research, the purebred puppy business is plagued by neglectful owners and puppy mills. Puppy mills are created with one goal in mind: having as many puppies as possible to make money. This can lead to overcrowding, overbreeding, medical issues, and much, much more. It’s a terrible situation for moms and pups alike.
One little dog started her life off in a puppy mill, but the life she’s found outside of it is totally delightful.
Roo is a Yorkie Poo, or a mix between a Yorkshire Terrier and a Poodle. She was found in a puppy mill in Hong Kong, where she was expected to birth litters of puppies.
Fortunately she was saved before things got that far. Her rescuers welcomed her into the home, but things didn’t start out easy.
Her left ear was infected, which was probably the result of a tag being attached to it. Ultimately, the vet had to cut off her ear.
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