Lily spent her first 7 years confined to a small, cold wire cage in a dark, foul-smelling barn. Never was she removed from her cage for exercise or socialization. In her dreary confines, Lily was forced to produce one litter after another with no respite. Like all commercial breeding dogs, she was a veritable breeding machine whose worth was measured in only one way – her ability to produce puppies.
Fortunately, Theresa Strader rescued Lily from that hell and gave her 15 months of love, before she passed away with a disintegrated jaw and a mass of tumors. Learn more about NMDR
- 50% of proceeds go to National Mill Dog Rescue
- Beautiful print of Lily comes signed by Mark Barone
- Help to End Puppy Mills
- Lasts up to 200 years on archival paper
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