November 07, 2013

New York Film Academy - Puppy Mill Video Project

November 06, 2013

WOW! It's done!

November 05, 2013

San Diego is Puppy Mill Store FREE!!!




Wonder why this giant in Iowa keeps gettingpassed on USDA reports.

This guy knows how to work the system

Meet a California Pets Breeder!

About Steve Kruse:

A successful businessman, Steve Kruse maintains professional memberships in a variety of organizations. In addition to participating in the Pet Professionals of Southeast Iowa, Steve Kruse directs Iowa Pet Breeders Association and stays active in the Republican Party of Iowa's State Central Committee. Steve Kruse also supports the efforts of the Knights of Columbus and the American Legion (Post 668), and he has volunteered with the West Point Sweet Corn Festival. At present, Steve Kruse resides in West Point, Iowa.

When not working, he takes pleasure in acting as a mentor for local youth organizations. Kruse also enjoys a good book, such as Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto by Mark R. Levin and End the Fed by Ron Paul. Kruse also appreciates the writings of Thomas Jefferson. In 1967, Steve Kruse opened his company Kruse Brothers, which he owned until 1992. Situated in West Point, Kruse Brothers stood as one of the largest hog farms in southeast Iowa.

In 1983, he opened a second business, Kruse Construction, which specialized in brick work and remained open for the next eight years. A multifaceted entrepreneur, Steve Kruse opened his current company, StoneHenge Kennels, in 1986. At StoneHenge Kennels, Kruse breeds a variety of dogs, including English, French, and American bulldogs, Shiba Inus, and wheaten terriers. Over 20 of StoneHenge Kennels’ dogs have gone on to become champions.

Thanks In Defense of Animals!

This, from our friends at In Defense of Animals. They have been loyal friends and supporters.

Victory! The Sale of Dogs, Cats, and Rabbits Banned in San Diego!

In Defense of AnimalsOn Tuesday, the San Diego City Council passed an ordinance to ban the sale of dogs, cats, and rabbits in city “pet” stores. Last September, the San Diego Animal Defense Team (ADT) gave the city council a petition with forty pages of signatures requesting this ordinance. ADT joined with In Defense of Animals, San Diego Humane Society, Animal Protection and Rescue League, and other organizations to garner attention and support for the ordinance. More than 75 animal-related businesses and animal advocacy groups signed on to support the ban.
Pet stores get animals from commercial breeding facilities, including puppy mills, where animals are imprisoned for life in cramped, filthy conditions and used as breeding machines until they can no longer reproduce. Three to four million animals are killed in American shelters every year because of the difficulty of securing enough good homes for them. Please adopt rather than buy animal companions to break this cycle of suffering, misery, and death.