Lucy's Law Campaign To End Cruel Puppy Farming Trade
Since meeting Lisa Garner and her lovely dogs who she rescued from Puppy Farms they have inspired me to raise awareness of Puppy Farming, when you hear stories of how dogs are treated it is heartbreaking and brings a tear to my eye, no dogs or puppies deserve to go through this or loose their lives when they are only a few months old. Some puppies end up dieing when they are on the farms which is so sad and disgusting, dogs should not have their lives cut short, every dog deserves to have a happy life in a loving home
One of the dogs Lisa rescued was Lucy who was a very special cavalier that touched so many lives through events and social media. Unfortunately Lucy passed away due to what she went through on the puppy farm. In Lucy's memory Lisa has set up a campaign called Lucy's Law to call a immediate ban on the sale of puppies in pet shops and from third party commercial dealers. Some of the great supporters behind Lisa and her campaign have been Marc Abraham the TV Vet and Beverley Cuddy the editor of Dogs Today and Dogs Monthly magazines.
In Lucy’s memory Lisa and Marc Abraham the vet set up Lucy’s Law to call a ban on third party sales and puppy sales from pet shops. Lisa, Marc and Beverley Cuddy have been campaigning against the cruel and inhumane puppy farming trade. On the 22nd of August 2018 the government in England made an announcement and said they will ban sales from pet shops and commercial dealers which is brilliant news and will save more lives in the future, no dog deserves to suffer in a such a cruel and inhumane way. Even though what Lisa went through with Lucy still brings a tear to my eye I believe Lucy will always be remembered by so many people and is an icon in the dog world. Lucy's story story has made a difference to ending the very cruel puppy farming trade. Each year Animal Hero Awards are held in London to celebrate and recognise the most inspiring stories of bravery and dedication. Lisa Garner attended the awards with one of her lovely rescue dogs Plum Pudding and won a special recognition award which is well deserved. People such as Lisa and Marc Abraham are an inspiration and have made a huge difference for the future of dogs who will no longer have to suffer in a such cruel and inhumane way.
For more information on how you can help raise awareness of Puppy Farming through Lucy's Legacy please visit Lisa's Facebook page and Instagram accounts @lucytherescuecavalier
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