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Animals In Print
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From 29 Oct 2009 Issue

Another Victory For Last Chance For Animal's Pet Shop Project

The Montecito Pet Shop (in Santa Barbara, CA) HAS STOPPED SELLING PURE BREED DOGS FROM BREEDERS!! They now 'stock' RESCUED dogs. That's right, folks. Not puppy mill dogs, but HOMELESS PUPS! This is BIG news and may, hopefully, set a precedent for all "Pet Shops" across the U.S.

The Montecito Pet Shop

The Montecito Pet Shop

Send a Thank You card to:

The Montecito Pet Shop
2020 Cliff Road
Santa Barbara, CA. 93109

Thank them for not supporting the puppy mill industry anymore, and for saving homeless dogs' lives!!! What a wonderful, wonderful thing they are doing!

ALSO: Support LCA's Pet Shop Project!!

See LCA's website:

Kindly consider making a donation to Last Chance For Animals, to support the amazing, lifesaving work they are doing for the animals.

For more info on puppy mills, go to:
Thank you for caring about the animals!!!


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