About Us

About Puppy Love Campaigns

 

We formed in 2007 to campaign against puppy farming.

We investigate and expose the cruelty involved in commercial puppy farming. Our evidence and undercover investigations are often used by the media, bringing these issues to public attention.

From the start of our campaigning efforts we have peacefully and persistently protested against the sale of puppies in pet shops and other retail outlets such as garden centres. We object to third party sales of puppies and wish to see an end to this once our Government has the trade under better control. We draw on our years of experience of dealing face-to-face with puppy farmers, puppy dealers and sellers of all kinds to know that only a complete overhaul of the whole puppy trade will bring an effective end to the suffering of dogs in breeding facilities.

Gaining footage from inside puppy farms and breeding kennels, witnessing first-hand the suffering the puppy industry causes is heartbreaking work. We are just a small team of volunteers and until we began our work the cruelty of the puppy industry was largely unknown outside the closed doors of the puppy farms.

By exposing the truth, sharing our evidence, educating many and not flinching from what needs doing, we know our efforts make a difference to the dogs. But we could not do what we do without your support, thank you.

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Shining a light on the Puppy Farming

To raise awareness we allow TV companies to use our undercover filming/investigations. Our footage has been featured on many current affairs programmes including the BAFTA award winning BBC’s The Dog Factory, ITV’s Tonight, ITV Wales This Week and Y Byd ar Bedwar, Sky and Channel Five News, BBC Wales, Week In Week Out, BBC’s The One Show and many others. We would like to make it clear we make no profit from this. We never sell our footage.