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Help end backstreet breeding - Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Home About Meet the dogs Take action Buying a dog News FAQ Contact A mother. Again… and again… and again… and again. Forced to have multiple litters by unlicensed breeders and abandoned when no longer of use. Help end backstreet breeding A mother. Again… and again… and again… and again. Forced to have multiple litters by unlicensed breeders and abandoned when no longer of use. Find out more Help end backstreet breeding A mother. Again… and again… and again… and again. Forced to have multiple litters by unlicensed breeders and abandoned when no longer of use. Help end backstreet breeding Supporters of the campaign 21298 MPs supporting our campaign 65 #MotherAgain What is backstreet breeding? Every year, countless defenceless dogs are forced to repeatedly produce litters of puppies by unlicensed breeders and sold for easy money. They are mothers again and again before being callously abandoned, having served their purpose to make a profit. Their litters are sold to owners who are often unaware of their origin before it’s too late, or dumped when they fail to sell. Such overbreeding can cause countless health defects and temperament problems. These unwanted or abandoned dogs frequently arrive at Battersea’s gates bearing the physical and mental scars of their troubled pasts. This must stop. Click here for more information on backstreet breeding. Every year, countless defenceless dogs are forced to repeatedly produce litters of puppies by unlicensed breeders and sold for easy money. They are mothers again and again before being callously abandoned, having served their purpose to make a profit. Read more Their litters are sold to owners who are often unaware of their origin before it’s too late, or dumped when they fail to sell. Such overbreeding can cause countless health defects and temperament problems. These unwanted or abandoned dogs frequently arrive at Battersea’s gates bearing the physical and mental scars of their troubled pasts. This must stop. Click here for more information on backstreet breeding. Meet the Dogs Marjorie Marjorie the Bulldog was rescued from the streets of London as a stray late in 2014. Her body sagged under the weight of her woes and showed all of the signs of overbreeding, including severely stretched teats. Poor Marjorie also suffered from mange which had seemingly gone untreated, meaning her white fur was itchy and full of sore, red scabs. This worried girl didn’t understand what it meant to be a dog - even the most simple of dog toys caused her anxiety. Whilst the physical and mental scars of backstreet breeding may never heal, Marjorie is now settling into her new loving home and getting used to the normal life she deserves. Read more Poor Marjorie also suffered from mange which had seemingly gone untreated, meaning her white fur was itchy and full of sore, red scabs. This worried girl didn’t understand what it meant to be a dog - even the most simple of dog toys caused her anxiety. Whilst the physical and mental scars of backstreet breeding may never heal, Marjorie is now settling into her new loving home and getting used to the normal life she deserves. Help end backstreet breeding Barbara Barbara’s story shows the heart-breaking impact that backstreet breeding can have. Found as a stray and showing clear signs of overbreeding, she was vulnerable and alone. With painfully swollen teats, it was obvious that Barbara had been used constantly for breeding litters of puppies. She was a mother, again and again. This beautiful girl had a tough start in life but because of legal reasons our team had to make the heart-breaking decision to put her to sleep. Read more With painfully swollen teats, it was obvious that Barbara had been used constantly for breeding litters of puppies. She was a mother, again and again. This beautiful girl had a tough start in life but because of legal reasons our team had to make the heart-breaking decision to put her to sleep. Help end backstreet breeding Pippa Pippa is a beautiful girl but looks can be deceiving. Her distorted facial features and unusually long neck are all signs that point to her being a result of backstreet breeding. This sweet four-year-old King Charles Cavalier Spaniel has an endless list of ailments, which meant her owners could no longer afford to keep her, so she arrived at Battersea through no fault of her own in search of a new home. Pippa spent 52 days in our care, until she was spotted by a loving new family and was given a second chance at happiness. Read more This sweet four-year-old girl has an endless list of ailments, which meant her owners could no longer afford to keep her, so she arrived at Battersea through no fault of her own in search of a new home. Pippa spent 52 days in our care, until she was spotted by a loving new family and was given a second chance at happiness. Help end backstreet breeding Polly At only two-years-old, Polly was found abandoned in a park on a cold November day, showing all the signs of being repeatedly used for breeding. Our expert team believed that this beautiful Shar-Pei had been dumped after serving her purpose – to generate profit for a backstreet breeder. Her traumatic past had damaged her trust in people and the world around her. Thankfully for Polly, she was rescued and cared for by our London team. After 38 days she finally found her happy ending with a new, loving family. Read more She had been dumped after serving her purpose – to generate profit for a backstreet breeder. Her traumatic past had damaged her trust in people and the world around her. Thankfully for Polly, she was rescued and cared for by our London team. After 38 days, she finally found her happy ending with a new, loving family. Help end backstreet breeding Boo When Boo’s owner died, this sweet Staffie found herself on Battersea’s doorstep. The gentle-natured and trusting girl was also showing signs of excessive breeding. Sad and lonely Boo was in a bad way, covered in flea bites and battling a skin infection. After spending time at Battersea and getting back on her paws with the help of our caring staff, Boo became much more confident and comfortable. She has found a new beginning in Kent with a family who will give her the love and care she deserves. Read more Sad and lonely Boo was in a bad way, covered in flea bites and battling a skin infection, which was likely caused by stress. After spending time at Battersea and getting back on her feet with the help of our caring staff, Boo became much more confident and comfortable. She has found a new beginning in Kent with a family who will give her the love and care she deserves. Help end backstreet breeding With your help, we can put an end to backstreet breeding. Support Battersea’s campaign by emailing your MP to get this issue on the political agenda by campaigning for: A ban on the sale of puppies under eight weeks’ old The introduction of a required breeding licence for any household producing two or more litters per year. Take action Supporters of the campaign 21298 MPs supporting our campaign 65 Buying a dog checklist When buying a new dog, it’s important to do the right research to make sure your pet isn’t from a backstreet breeder.Here is Battersea’s advice to make sure you are buying a dog from a responsible source. Click the arrow to the right to begin. Spend time finding a reputable breederDo not respond to adverts on social media, in pet shops, on listing websites or adverts in shop windows as you cannot guarantee that they are from a responsible source. Contact the breeder in advanceIf trustworthy, they should be happy to discuss the dogs and the mother at length and provide a good background on all the dogs in their care. Research – what breed and size will suit your lifestyleTake into account considerations such as size, temperament, how much exercise and grooming the dog will require, the type of home you can provide and whether the dog would need access to their own garden. Arrange an initial visit to meet the breeder and dogDon’t plan to take a dog home on the first visit - after two visits is ideal. On those visits, you should meet the mother and rest of the litter in their home environment, handle the puppies to see if they are properly socialised and look to see if the puppy is interacting with the mother and littermates. Ensure you check the puppy and the mother’s health and get all the relevant documentationThe puppy and mother should be in good health with no signs of illness. The breeder must provide all paperwork documenting vaccinations and microchipping. You should also ask to see evidence of health checks for the mother as well. Remember a puppy is not ready to leave its mother until at least 8 weeks oldLook out for key signs that the puppy is old enough to leave their mother such as having their eyes open, being weaned and eating solids, teeth present and that they are active, playful and aware of their surroundings. Also ensure the mother is well tempered. Battersea Dogs & Cats Home 4 Battersea Park Road London SW8 4AA 0843 509 4444 endbackstreetbreeding@battersea.org.uk www.battersea.org.uk Photography by Andrew McGibbon ? Battersea Dogs & Cats Home 2015 Terms & conditions Privacy & cookies Registered charity No. 206394

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