The ASPCA estimates 670,000 dogs are euthanized in shelters each year. Animal rights activists say buying dogs from pet stores supports puppy mills—large commercial dog breeding facilities where animals are often mistreated. Besides, there are millions of dogs in shelters looking for new homes. But some owners say there are legitimate reasons to buy purebred dogs, and think there's no ethical issue as long as the dog is purchased responsibly. What do you think? 🐶
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