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Lindsey and Ellie


Lindsey hopes that high school clubs and college sororities will consider developing programs that educate young women about puppy mills and the risk of pur- chasing a puppy from a pet store or online. She will continue to encour- age young women to adopt animals from their local shelters like Pet Pal Animal Shelter, Humane Society of Pinellas and Tampa Bay, and SPCA of Tampa Bay. Ellie continues to bat- tle a long list of medical


issues including allergies and arthritis throughout her body that restrict her from doing certain things. Lindsey continues to support her through this long journey and loves her more than anything. U


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Florida Puppy Mill Update: A number of South Florida cities moved to start banning the commercial sales of dogs and cats in an effort to thwart puppy mills, encourage pet adoptions from shelters and help keep the pet population down. Broward County’s Coconut Creek city commissioners voted to ban the retail sales of cats and dogs earlier this year, and only allow publicly run shelters, non-profits and private breeders and sellers to operate. Hallandale Beach, Margate, Lake Worth, Lauderdale Lakes and several places in Miami-Dade County have implemented a similar ban. The ultimate goal is to help eliminate the sale of sickly animals bred in puppy mills.


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