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Sharp Rise in Number of Puppies Being Abandoned in UK

Published on August 31, 2010 by   ·   No Comments
                           


UK's Largest Dog Rehoming Website Reports Alarming Rise in Puppy Abandonments
 
The number of puppies being abandoned over the past 12-months has doubled according to worrying statistics revealed by the UK's largest dog rehoming website, DogsBlog.com.
 
The recession and general belt tightening has been cited as a major cause for the upward trend, however the rapid rise in the number of dogs between the ages of 7 weeks and 12-months of age suggests more dog owners are taking on pets when they are ill equipped to fulfil the lifelong commitment to the animal.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Sharp Rise in Number of Puppies Being Abandoned in UK

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