A dog's eye view of a puppy mill rescue

Yesterday, I shared the heartwarming story of Harley to the Rescue – a rescue mission where puppy mill survivor Harley was involved in the rescue of his own son and daughter from the same mill where he was once held captive. Today, I’m sharing a slideshow of the puppy mill rescue mission.

The first wave of Harley to the Rescue saved 19 dogs. The second phase the road Friday with 61 dogs on the list to be saved. If you would like to help with the puppy mill rescue, the YouCaring campaign for Harley to the Rescue  still needs donations to pay for the rescue and veterinary care. Very cool Harley to the Rescue T-shirts, hoodies and hats are also available on Float through the end of the week. Float will donate $8 from each shirt sold to help the rescue.

And, Teddy is also doing his part by asking presents for his eighth birthday this weekend. The supplies collected will be going into special care packages for the dogs rescued during Harley to the Rescue when those dogs get families. Toys, treats, blankets and more may be sent to Teddy at 8185 Woodcrest Drive, Colorado Springs, 80908.

Here’s to Harley, Harley Junior, Zoie, Harley’s sidekick Teddy and the team from the National Mill Dog Rescue. Please view and share the slideshow of the puppy mill rescue to help the National Mill Dog Rescue and Harley to the Rescue in their mission. All the photos except the last two are courtesy of The National Mill Dog Rescue.

Read about the rescue here.

A puppy mill survivor’s story here.

Learn about Chicago’s Awareness March on September 22 – here.

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