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Do you suspect there are puppy farms in your area?

The DSPCA wants to hear from you.

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The DSPCA IS continuing its investigations into puppy farming in Ireland and pups being sold to illegally to Britain.

Today it has launched a special Puppy Farming Hotline Message Service and a confidential email address.

It’s also currently compiling a list of puppy farms and breeding establishments.

Brian Gillen, CEO of the DSPCA says “We are asking members of the public to report information to us about details of large scale dog breeding.

We are most interested in locations with twenty or more breeding bitches. All information will be dealt with the strictest of confidence.

The hotline is 01 4994727 while the e-mail is reportapuppyfarm@gmail.com.

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