44 thoughts on “Behind The Scenes: RSPCA Puppy Farm Seizure

  1. V idiots to show off buy v idiots to love buy v idiots to b masters of any animal buy
    Actually v are responsible 4 these farms
    Stop buying they stop breeding stop eating they stop breeding stop wearing furry clothes they stop breeding thy are nothg in front of us
    Th GOVT sleeping

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  3. I'm not very impressed with the RSPCA, Australia! I have called them many times about dogs left in hot cars, and birds/ pups/ chooks crammed into small cages at the local Markets. No water or shade during the very high summer temps! RSPCA didn't do a damn thing! And, i didn't like the way that Inspector picked that poor dog up by the scruff of his neck either. Aren't they supposed to be "caring" animal lovers to get that job?

  4. Shame on anyone who buys a puppy from a pet shop. You are putting money into these bastard hands and encouraging them to continue with these puppy farms. Rescue a dog that doesn't have a home. Its the right thing to do!!! Don't encourage these mungrels to make money from these loving animals. You are as much to blame if you don't know where the puppies comes from and see their parents.

  5. they was no need to pick her or he this way, show more compassion at what you're doing she or he was already scared enough … disgusted

  6. THANKYOU to the RSPCA and the inspectors for showing this clip for the general public to view. 
    There are thousand of people out there that are so blind and ignorant to the issues surrounding puppy farmers. These grubs sit back and collect hundreds and thousands of dollars (TAX FREE!) and those that suffer for their unethical and immoral practices are the four legged beings. 
    It's time we educated EVERYONE about this disgusting trade. 
    People who purchase puppies without educating themselves end up being played a fool for their lack of insight into these behaviours. They are HAPPY to part with thousands of dollars because they "THINK" that their purebred pup comes from a reputable breeder. 
    I cannot condone ANYONE that participates in this VICIOUS, CRUEL and BARBARIC circle of supply and demand.

  7. does RSPCA acknowledge that many of these puppies whether healthy or not, are put down at the first opportunity.

  8. Yes he is trained to do that. He didn't hurt the dog at all. Mind you I hope he picks the owners up the same way. Pieces of shit.

  9. I was thinking the same thing! She wanted love, just like the song says, and the way he grabbed her and then just held her there upset me. Why didn't they hug her and pet her? She needed comfort. (But thank you to everyone for rescuing them and finding them good homes)

  10. This dear female dog was wagging it's tail and then the officer picked it up by the scruff of the neck. Is he trained to do that? That's OK for puppies but must hurt a fuully grown dog. Why couldn't he have knelt down, patted it first and then picked it up properly? The dog was scared. How did she know what was going on?
    Thank you though for rescuing animals.They seemed well fed here even if short of space. Is this puppy farm regarded as up to standards or did you remove the dogs?

  11. @Aussiegirl265 no, there are not. if people have the mentality to run a puppy farm then they are not going to be responsible pet owners or breeders. the closest equivalent to a puppy mill that is not cruel, would be a decent, registered dog breeder, who would only have a few breeding dogs, not hundreds, and they breed them for pleasure not profit.

  12. Dogs, the epitomy of what man can never achieve, and a loving, loyal companion nonetheless. The dog stands by us, no matter what. Who could "farm" such a faithful compadre? Who could treat these noble and extraordinary creatures this way? It crushes me that some will never experience their birthright, a caring human companion and a loving home with lots of food to eat and space to run.

  13. Thank You to the R.S.P.C.A. for having to clean up after all the inconsiderate selfish humans.You guy's are a god send !

  14. The "puppy" farms are there because of the PUBLIC DEMAND.Dogs are the biggest cause of problems in suburbia between neighbors and the biggest problem for the local councils. They bark all day when the owners aren't home.."but my dog is so quiet,he wouldn't make a sound" yeah when you're there..and they kill what's left of the local wildlife,piss and shit everywhere they go and a lot attack people they don't know.The biggest problem is again,"HUMANS". R.S.P.C.A. is sick of cleaning up your shit.

  15. the Rspca probably spent the next few days putting them down. End of the day if people didnt demand mix breed dogs to show off to the neighbours and puppies to goo goo over for 6mths till they get to old puppy farms wouldnt be required. People shit me. At times the rspca shit me also. They dont mind rescuing dogs and cats but show them a horse and its coffee break time. Our local rspca spend so much time grooming and lodging dogs and hardly any saving them.

  16. @RSPCAAustralia i wanna do more than just hand money over… i have a local shelter for rspca where i live.. its my dream to work with animals and i completed my animal studies, i started the nursing side but pets already have so much love in their lives, its the "under dogs" i wanna work with…. shelter animals need love <3 so im going to volunteer at my local shelter and do what i can for them 🙂

  17. @frishcanmishca There's a big difference between a mama dog or cat picking up a baby and a person picking up an adult animal by the scruff of the neck. I just don't see the need for it here, that dog was obviously not aggressive. It just saddens me to see a little dog, desperate for attention, treated so callously. Yes, it's great that they're being rescued, but don't forget that they're individuals, you know?

  18. @JutaStokes It dosent hurt them – the mother picks them up by the scruff to transport them when they are pups.

  19. Respond to this video… There are a lot of good registered puppy farms who meet all the RSPCA requirements and do well look after their dogs. The problem with all those in shelters are from owners who don't look after their dogs and many who backyard breed their dogs and don't have them desexed. Surely a better way to go would be to bring in compulsary desexing, which would see less in the pounds.

  20. @ericabalmain1010 I've decided not to buy from Pet food shops that have these adoption rackets springing up to foist adult dogs onto us, yet purposely run down pet shops, so they can have more power over the market. I would much prefer to buy a puppy from a registered breeder and bring that dog up as part of a loving family. We get to the stage where we are tired of looking after other people's unwanted dogs. Something should be done about them, not those who love and bring up puppies.

  21. @cuddleboo909 The RSPCA should do far more in improving their own shelters the dogs are kept in with cement floors instead of spending very large amounts of money improving their buildings for staff.

  22. Farming with dogs. It's disgusting, yet no "worse" than what is done to many factory farmed critters. Kudos for shutting it down.

  23. Those poor babies! Watching this video made me want to hold them all and cuddle them. That is no way for animals to live. Yes, the babies are sold and taken to good homes and families but the moms and dads live their whole lives like that. In cement pens with no love or human affection. Breaks my heart!

  24. There are many ways to help stop puppy farming. Probably the best and simplest way is to adopt a rescue dog from a local rescue group, or rescue a dog from death row from a local pound.
    Never purchase a pet from a pet store. And never spend a cent in pet stores that sell animals.
    And why purchase from a breeder when their are so many animals on death row?
    Please, adopt, don't buy. If everyone did that there would be no more puppy farms. It really could be that simple.

  25. these puppy farms need to be stopped asap the RSPCA is a great organisation that helps these poor helpless animals they do a wonderful job caring for homeless animals

  26. Im about to make a group like this only we go in those puppy farms kill every person in there and take the dogs and give them to good familys

  27. @ryandavidkett
    You sir are an idiot, The RSPCA do that under special situations were the dog is unable to be housed or are under significant pain that is unable to be fixed, I truly believe that the murder is committed by those who mistreated the animals previously, the bolt to the head is an instant death and leaves the animal in less pain.

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