PUP AID is very keen to support and highlight both local and national dog rescue charities as these provide a healthy alternative to buying a puppy farmed pup.
Rescue dogs are usually already house-trained, have reached their full adult size and have even been temperament tested and totally ready for their forever home. Choosing to adopt a rescue dog can potentially mean one less poorly pup is needed to supply a pet shop or puppy dealer; in other words, adopting a rescue dog reduces the demand for farmed pups and helps to end puppy farming. Please always consider rescue when choosing a dog.
The links below will open a second window if you want to learn more information from Wikipedia about Dogs, Rescued Dogs, Pet Adoption and Puppy Farming:
The following link will open the official Pup Aid Website: http://www.pupaid.org/