Puppies for sale in nc craigslist

Puppies for sale in nc craigslist

Puppies for sale in NC craigslist

Looking for a new furry friend? CraigsList.org is the place to go to find someone in your area who is looking to trade an older pooch for a new energetic one! There's a variety of breeds, so make sure you check it out and find the one that's perfect for you!


When you love pets as much as we do, we understand your desire to bring home the first puppy or kitten that you see. It’s important, however, that you know exactly what you are getting into which is why we discourage surfing Craigslist Raleigh for your newest family member. Why? Allow us to explain…

Recently our state has been making the effort to cut down on the ways in which backyard breeders and puppy mill owners can sell their animals. (You may have noticed that a few years ago they stopped allowing pets to be sold at the Raleigh Fairgrounds.) This is an attempt to control animal health as well as restrict the selling of animals in poor health. Unfortunately, the anonymity of the internet allows for these unscrupulous breeders to sell their animals from the comfort of their home. Craigslist is one of the biggest marketplaces for these breeders and every time you purchase from them, you are supporting horrendous breeding conditions and the unhealthy breeding of animals. (Source: www.leesvilleanimalhospital.com)


Not only are backyard breeders and puppy mill owners using Craigslist Raleigh to sell their unhealthy dogs, but some families are doing the same. Sometimes when families have had an unexpected breeding due to not spaying or neutering their pets or when a pet is diagnosed with a health condition they can’t afford, they will put their pet on Craigslist Raleigh. Often these ads intentionally leave out genetic defects, poor health, or disclaimers as to the pet’s health condition and this leaves you holding the bag when you finally find out that your new family member is unwell. (Source: www.leesvilleanimalhospital.com When you support backyard breeders or puppy mills, you don’t just provide them with a financial incentive to continue their operations, but you also take a home from a shelter pet. Shelter animals in our state are killed at astronomical numbers and you can help to reduce that number by opening your heart to a homeless pet instead. (Source:www.leesvilleanimalhospital.com))



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