2015 Puppy Mill Awareness Day

September 27th, 10AM-2PM
Scholz Garten

Blessing of the Animals
Training Demos
Rescue and Vendor Booths
Live Music

Leashed, well behaved dogs welcome!



Training Demonstrations            Jim Spencer and Kaxan - Guest Emcee


Rabbi Betcher                              Russell Mayes, Performer

What is Puppy Mill Awareness Day?

Puppy Mill Awareness Day is a day dedicated to celebrating the lives of dogs who have survived a horrible experience and those people and organizations that dedicate their time, energy, and resources to reducing abuse and neglect that is associated with the commercialization of dog breeding. Making people aware that Puppy Mills do exist in all shapes and sizes and the awful things that happen to these animals as a result of their existence. PMADTX brings together Central Texas Rescue Groups and supporting organizations in an event setting open to the public to help educate as well as assist people in their search for that wonderful addition to their family.

PMADTX is a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization located in Austin, Texas, that is dedicated to driving awareness of Puppy Mills and the related abuse as well as raising monies to assist in providing resources and care that these animals so desperately need.

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PMAD Gave Monies in Support of the Shelter in this Story HERE

20 Dogs Removed from Home in Taylor, Texas

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