Anti-Puppy Mill Luncheon

Pictured is Albert, a puppy mill survivor rescued after being used for profit for 8 years. He suffered a “reabsorbed lower jaw”, severe dental disease, skin infections, scalded paws from standing in urine, and horrible skin infections. Because of the community of organizations that fight back, Albert was rescued by us and placed into a loving home.

Join us for a luncheon with The Puppy Mill Project‘s Cari Meyers to talk about the current state of puppy mills, pet stores, and laws in Chicago.

Sunday October 15 at the Chicago Athletic Association

$75/person includes open bar (beer, wine and soda) and vegetarian hors d’oeuvres from 12-2 in the Drawing Room, and then a gathering in the Game Room. Premium gift bags included!

All funds will be used to fight puppy mills and rescue their survivors. Sponsors please contact for sponsorship opportunities.