Posts tagged "Happiness is Pets"

Naperville pet store debate heats up

Naperville pet store debate heats up
The sidewalks will be a bit crowded outside one Naperville store this Sunday. No, there’s not a sidewalk sale. Pet lovers will be coming out en mass on Sunday to the Happiness is Pets at Naperville Crossing to make sure the word is getting out about that Naperville pet store and its connection to puppy... Read more »

Chicago pet events through August 24

Chicago pet events through August 24
Summer is about over and the kids are heading back to school. There are still plenty of fun events on tap this week and weekend to help animals in need. You can shop, hit the arcade, go on a very cool scavenger hunt and work to build awareness of the pet store/puppy mill connection. Below... Read more »

How about get a real job and stop picking on companies

How about get a real job and stop picking on companies
The private message landed on my Facebook fan page last week after a debate erupted over an old blog –  Naperville: The puppy mill outlet capital of America. A new follower was upset that I’d taken aim at Happiness is Pets – known seller of puppy mill dogs. He private messaged me a note that... Read more »
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Christmas grief: Family says good-bye to pet store puppy

Christmas grief: Family says good-bye to pet store puppy
If you’re thinking of adding a puppy to the family this holiday season, an area mom has some advice – steer clear of your local pet store if they sell pets. Priscilla Zawislak found out the hard way when a pet store puppy they purchased at Happiness Is Pets in Lombard four months ago had... Read more »
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    I am a crazy cat lady and puppy mill warrior that blogs to advocate and educate about pet issues. In American animal controls, millions of pets are abandoned each year and an estimated 4 million die just because there are not enough homes. It truly seems like it’s Raining Cats and Dogs.

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