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Selling Sick Dogs & Puppies, Stealing Owner's Pets! Bad Rescues Are To Blame!

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Puppies dying of parvo. Fosters being refused proper vet care for their foster dog.   Who is held accountable?  That is what is occurring with a group of animal lovers that adopted from a rescue called The Big Mutt Network out of Arizona.  You will hear from a few of these victims, as well as animal lovers that have fostered for this "rescue."  You will also be informed of the interesting backgrounds that come along with a rogue rescuer.  Not uncommon at all.  

We are seeing more & more animal lovers that have purchased or adopted a dog or puppy to add to their family unit, only to be heartbroken from the canine getting gravely ill within days of acquiring their new family member. This was not a one time incident, it also occurred as recently as December 2021 and again April of 2022, pertaining to The Big Mutt Network.  You will hear from an adopter that tried on numerous occasions to speak to someone within this rogue operation, never receiving an email or text return. Desperately trying to save their new puppy's life, they ended up spending over $10,000 in the emergency hospital to only have their puppy pass away. Never got an apology from the founder of The Big Mutt Network, Stephanie Campbell. Do you consider this to be a reputable rescue?  I certainly do not. 

Another topic is "rescues" stealing owner's personal pets.  Myself & other concerned animal advocates are seeing an influx in this common occurrence. "Rescues" stealing people's personal pets, how can that be?  What is happening here? Tune into Inspector Bark's show to hear from the victims throughout the USA that have experienced just this.  It's happening more than you know.

 Wednesday May 18th.  9am-11am, PST, 10am-12noon,MST, 11am-1pm, CST and 12noon-2pm, EST.


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