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              This May 18, 2011 photo taken by U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal Control Inspector Cathy Niebruegge, shows puppies in kennels at the Glenn and Teresa Smith GT Farm facility, a USD

    This May 18, 2011 photo taken by U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal Control Inspector Cathy Niebruegge, shows puppies in kennels at the Glenn and Teresa Smith GT Farm facility, a USD

    Posted: 6/26/2013 8:14:04 PM EST
    This May 18, 2011 photo taken by U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal Control Inspector Cathy Niebruegge, shows puppies in kennels at the Glenn and Teresa Smith GT Farm facility, a USDA-licensed commercial dog breeder, during an inspection in Boswell, Okla. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is bolstering its campaign against puppy mills by showing photos of sick puppies and harsh kennel conditions taken by the federal agency that licenses commercial breeders. The organization has added 10,000 photos to its "NoPetStorePuppies" website showing dogs at breeders across the U.S. with matted hair, bloody stool, long nails, injured eyes and dental disease.(AP Photo/USDA, Cathy Niebruegge)
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              This Dec. 6, 2012 photo provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows excessively long nails on dog raised at Joseph Schupp's JC Puppies, a formerly USDA-licensed commercial dog

    This Dec. 6, 2012 photo provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows excessively long nails on dog raised at Joseph Schupp's JC Puppies, a formerly USDA-licensed commercial dog

    Posted: 6/26/2013 8:14:04 PM EST
    This Dec. 6, 2012 photo provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows excessively long nails on dog raised at Joseph Schupp's JC Puppies, a formerly USDA-licensed commercial dog breeder in McLeansboro, Ill. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is bolstering its campaign against puppy mills by showing photos of sick puppies and harsh kennel conditions taken by the federal agency that licenses commercial breeders. The organization has added 10,000 photos to its "NoPetStorePuppies" website showing dogs at breeders across the U.S. with matted hair, bloody stool, long nails, injured eyes and dental disease. (AP Photo/USDA)
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              This Sept. 24 2012 photo provided by the USDA, shows a malnourished Chihuahua during an inspection at the kennels of Sharon Hubbard, an active USDA-licensed commercial dog breeder of Ch

    This Sept. 24 2012 photo provided by the USDA, shows a malnourished Chihuahua during an inspection at the kennels of Sharon Hubbard, an active USDA-licensed commercial dog breeder of Ch

    Posted: 6/26/2013 8:14:04 PM EST
    This Sept. 24 2012 photo provided by the USDA, shows a malnourished Chihuahua during an inspection at the kennels of Sharon Hubbard, an active USDA-licensed commercial dog breeder of Chihuahua and Fox Terrier puppies, in Olsburg, Kan. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is bolstering its campaign against puppy mills by showing photos of sick puppies and harsh kennel conditions taken by the federal agency that licenses commercial breeders. The organization has added 10,000 photos to its "NoPetStorePuppies" website showing dogs at breeders across the U.S. with matted hair, bloody stool, long nails, injured eyes and dental disease. (AP Photo/USDA, Cathy Niebruegge)
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              FILE - This undated family photo shows Aiyana Stanley-Jones, 7, who was shot and killed Sunday, May 16, 2010, by a shot from a Detroit police officer during a raid to arrest a murder su

    FILE - This undated family photo shows Aiyana Stanley-Jones, 7, who was shot and killed Sunday, May 16, 2010, by a shot from a Detroit police officer during a raid to arrest a murder su

    Posted: 6/5/2013 4:28:01 PM EST
    FILE - This undated family photo shows Aiyana Stanley-Jones, 7, who was shot and killed Sunday, May 16, 2010, by a shot from a Detroit police officer during a raid to arrest a murder suspect. A man rounding up his puppies late at night says he warned Detroit police that children were inside a house they were about to raid in a hunt for a murder suspect that left a 7-year-old girl dead. Aiyana Stanley-Jones was accidentally shot and killed during the raid by Detroit Officer Joseph Weekley, who is on trial for involuntary manslaughter in Aiyana's death. (AP Photo/Family Photo via The Detroit News) NO SALES; DETROIT FREE PRESS OUT
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              This Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013 photo shows fried chicken, foreground, and fried chicken livers with hush puppies at a restaurant in Charlotte, N.C. Deep-fried foods may be causing trouble

    This Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013 photo shows fried chicken, foreground, and fried chicken livers with hush puppies at a restaurant in Charlotte, N.C. Deep-fried foods may be causing trouble

    Posted: 2/7/2013 12:08:38 PM EST
    This Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013 photo shows fried chicken, foreground, and fried chicken livers with hush puppies at a restaurant in Charlotte, N.C. Deep-fried foods may be causing trouble in the Deep South. People whose diets are heavy on them and sugary drinks were more likely to suffer a stroke, according to a new study released Thursday, Feb. 7, 2013. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)
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              This 2012 photo provided by Colorado State University, shows a golden retriever, Louie Mesinger, taking a rest after swimming and diving in the summer at Holland Lake, in Mont. When Jay

    This 2012 photo provided by Colorado State University, shows a golden retriever, Louie Mesinger, taking a rest after swimming and diving in the summer at Holland Lake, in Mont. When Jay

    Posted: 1/22/2013 4:28:27 AM EST
    This 2012 photo provided by Colorado State University, shows a golden retriever, Louie Mesinger, taking a rest after swimming and diving in the summer at Holland Lake, in Mont. When Jay Mesinger heard about a dog cancer study seeking purebred golden retriever puppies to track their health for life, he immediately signed up 2-year-old Louie. He and his wife know firsthand the toll that canine cancer can take: Louie is their fourth golden retriever. (AP Photo/Colorado State University/Josh Mesinger)
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              A litter of puppies that was caught near the site of four fatal maulings sit inside a cage at a city dog pound in Mexico City,Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013. Authorities have captured dozens o

    A litter of puppies that was caught near the site of four fatal maulings sit inside a cage at a city dog pound in Mexico City,Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013. Authorities have captured dozens o

    Posted: 1/9/2013 5:33:39 PM EST
    A litter of puppies that was caught near the site of four fatal maulings sit inside a cage at a city dog pound in Mexico City,Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013. Authorities have captured dozens of dogs near the scene of the attacks in the capital's poor Iztapalapa district, but rather than calm residents, photos of the forlorn dogs brought a wave of sympathy for the animals, doubts about their involvement in the killings and debate about government handling of the stray dog problem. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)
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              In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate Hazard Wilson walks Yardley, a veteran assistance dog in training, on the grounds of Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Yardley is o

    In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate Hazard Wilson walks Yardley, a veteran assistance dog in training, on the grounds of Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Yardley is o

    Posted: 1/4/2013 4:33:17 AM EST
    In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate Hazard Wilson walks Yardley, a veteran assistance dog in training, on the grounds of Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Yardley is one of three dogs assigned since September to inmates at the maximum-security prison for basic training as service dogs for disabled military veterans. The inmates, who are also veterans, are among the state's first prisoners to join a national trend of training service dogs in correctional institutions. Professional trainers say prison-raised dogs tend to graduate sooner and at higher rates than those raised traditionally in foster homes because puppies respond well to the consistency and rigid schedules of prison life. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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              In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate John Barba looks at a calendar as he sits in his 6-by-9-foot cell that he shares with Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, at Western Correcti

    In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate John Barba looks at a calendar as he sits in his 6-by-9-foot cell that he shares with Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, at Western Correcti

    Posted: 1/4/2013 4:33:17 AM EST
    In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate John Barba looks at a calendar as he sits in his 6-by-9-foot cell that he shares with Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, at Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Dill is one of three dogs assigned since September to inmates at the maximum-security prison for basic training as service dogs for disabled military veterans. The inmates, who are also veterans, are among the state's first prisoners to join a national trend of training service dogs in correctional institutions. Professional trainers say prison-raised dogs tend to graduate sooner and at higher rates than those raised traditionally in foster homes because puppies respond well to the consistency and rigid schedules of prison life. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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              In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate John Barba works with Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, at Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Dill is one of three dogs as

    In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate John Barba works with Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, at Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Dill is one of three dogs as

    Posted: 1/4/2013 4:33:17 AM EST
    In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate John Barba works with Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, at Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Dill is one of three dogs assigned since September to inmates at the maximum-security prison for basic training as service dogs for disabled military veterans. The inmates, who are also veterans, are among the state's first prisoners to join a national trend of training service dogs in correctional institutions. Professional trainers say prison-raised dogs tend to graduate sooner and at higher rates than those raised traditionally in foster homes because puppies respond well to the consistency and rigid schedules of prison life. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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              In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, looks on as inmate John Barba walks away after commanding him to sit and stay during a demonstration at Western

    In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, looks on as inmate John Barba walks away after commanding him to sit and stay during a demonstration at Western

    Posted: 1/4/2013 4:33:17 AM EST
    In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, looks on as inmate John Barba walks away after commanding him to sit and stay during a demonstration at Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Dill is one of three dogs assigned since September to inmates at the maximum-security prison for basic training as service dogs for disabled military veterans. The inmates, who are also veterans, are among the state's first prisoners to join a national trend of training service dogs in correctional institutions. Professional trainers say prison-raised dogs tend to graduate sooner and at higher rates than those raised traditionally in foster homes because puppies respond well to the consistency and rigid schedules of prison life. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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              In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate John Barba walks out of his cell with Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, at Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Dill is one

    In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate John Barba walks out of his cell with Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, at Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Dill is one

    Posted: 1/4/2013 4:33:17 AM EST
    In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, inmate John Barba walks out of his cell with Dill, a veteran assistance dog in training, at Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Dill is one of three dogs assigned since September to inmates at the maximum-security prison for basic training as service dogs for disabled military veterans. The inmates, who are also veterans, are among the state's first prisoners to join a national trend of training service dogs in correctional institutions. Professional trainers say prison-raised dogs tend to graduate sooner and at higher rates than those raised traditionally in foster homes because puppies respond well to the consistency and rigid schedules of prison life. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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              In this Dec. 18, 2012 photo, Nero, a veteran assistance dog in training, takes a ball from inmate James Harrison during a training session at Western Correctional Institution in Cresapt

    In this Dec. 18, 2012 photo, Nero, a veteran assistance dog in training, takes a ball from inmate James Harrison during a training session at Western Correctional Institution in Cresapt

    Posted: 1/4/2013 4:33:17 AM EST
    In this Dec. 18, 2012 photo, Nero, a veteran assistance dog in training, takes a ball from inmate James Harrison during a training session at Western Correctional Institution in Cresaptown, Md. Nero is one of three dogs assigned since September to inmates at the maximum-security prison for basic training as service dogs for disabled military veterans. The inmates, who are also veterans, are among the state's first prisoners to join a national trend of training service dogs in correctional institutions. Professional trainers say prison-raised dogs tend to graduate sooner and at higher rates than those raised traditionally in foster homes because puppies respond well to the consistency and rigid schedules of prison life. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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              A man carries puppies back inside their house as other dogs stay on the roof at a flooded area in Marikina City, east of Manila, Philippines, Wednesday Aug. 8, 2012. Widespread flooding

    A man carries puppies back inside their house as other dogs stay on the roof at a flooded area in Marikina City, east of Manila, Philippines, Wednesday Aug. 8, 2012. Widespread flooding

    Posted: 8/8/2012 10:28:28 AM EST
    A man carries puppies back inside their house as other dogs stay on the roof at a flooded area in Marikina City, east of Manila, Philippines, Wednesday Aug. 8, 2012. Widespread flooding that killed at least 11 people, battered a million others and paralyzed the Philippine capital began to ease Wednesday as cleanup and rescue efforts focused on a large number of distressed residents, some still marooned on their roofs. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
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              In this photo taken on Monday, April 9, 2012, puppies beg for attention at a government-run shelter in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan. In an ongoing project, Taiwanese photographer Tou Chih-k

    In this photo taken on Monday, April 9, 2012, puppies beg for attention at a government-run shelter in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan. In an ongoing project, Taiwanese photographer Tou Chih-k

    Posted: 7/5/2012 3:23:36 PM EST
    In this photo taken on Monday, April 9, 2012, puppies beg for attention at a government-run shelter in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan. In an ongoing project, Taiwanese photographer Tou Chih-kang makes portraits of shelter dogs in the final moments of their lives before being put down by lethal injection. Tou has been visiting dog shelters for two years now, making human-like portraits that give a sense of dignity and esteem to some 400 canines, in hopes of educating the public on the proper care of pets. This year Taiwanese authorities will kill an estimated 80,000 stray dogs at 38 pounds scattered throughout the island. (AP Photo/Wally Santana)
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              This Feb. 1, 2012 photo released by NBC shows co-hosts Ann Curry, left, and the Natalie Morales holding puppies just before a puppy bowl segment on the "Today" shows in New York. Curry

    This Feb. 1, 2012 photo released by NBC shows co-hosts Ann Curry, left, and the Natalie Morales holding puppies just before a puppy bowl segment on the "Today" shows in New York. Curry

    Posted: 6/28/2012 2:13:38 PM EST
    This Feb. 1, 2012 photo released by NBC shows co-hosts Ann Curry, left, and the Natalie Morales holding puppies just before a puppy bowl segment on the "Today" shows in New York. Curry offered a tearful goodbye as co-host of NBC's "Today" show on Thursday, June 28, 2012. Curry, who joined the show as a news anchor in 1997, will remain at NBC News to be anchor-at-large and national and international correspondent. (AP Photo/NBC, Peter Kramer)
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    Posted: 4/24/2012 8:45:46 PM EST
    FILE - In this Feb. 12, 2012 photo, Chris Brown accepts the award for best R&B album for "F.A.M.E." during the 54th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. A rep for the singer confirmed Tuesday that Brown is selling two-month-old pit bull puppies on a web site. Maureen O'Connor called Brown an animal lover and says the pups were born to dogs he keeps at his family home in Virginia. She says he's simply selling them to make sure they go to good homes, and it's not going to be a new business for the star. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles, File)
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    Posted: 4/13/2012 1:45:47 PM EST
    This Tuesday, April 10, 2012, photo shows a litter of six puppies, and their mother, an English bulldog mix, at the Toledo Area Humane Society in Maumee, Ohio. A man tried to abandon the six puppies by zipping them inside a suitcase and leaving it outside an Ohio business near a trash bin with their mother. The man was charged after authorities found he'd left the luggage tag with his contact information attached. (AP Photo/The Blade, Dave Zapotosky)
  •  - English Bulldog puppies play at the Toledo Area Humane Society in Maumee Ohio

    English Bulldog puppies play at the Toledo Area Humane Society in Maumee Ohio

    Posted: 4/11/2012 7:23:48 PM EST
    English Bulldog puppies play at the Toledo Area Humane Society in Maumee, Ohio in this April 11, 2012 handout photograph. An Ohio man has been charged with animal abandonment after a litter of six English bulldog puppies was found in a suitcase with a tag bearing his name, according to Humane Society authorities. REUTERS/Toledo Area Humane Society/Cyndi Condit/Handout
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    Posted: 4/11/2012 2:15:50 PM EST
    This Tuesday, April 10, 2012, photo shows a litter of six puppies, and their mother, an English bulldog mix, at the Toledo Area Humane Society in Maumee, Ohio. A man tried to abandon the six puppies by zipping them inside a suitcase and leaving it outside an Ohio business near a trash bin with their mother. The man was charged after authorities found he'd left the luggage tag with his contact information attached. (AP Photo/The Blade, Dave Zapotosky)


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