Lucy's Law

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Mirror Books, 2020 - 300 pages
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HOW A LITTLE DOG CHANGED THE WORLD The true story of one little dog who helped bring an end to puppy farming in the UK. Lucy, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, was born into a Welsh puppy farm in 2008. She was repeatedly bred to produce litters of cute puppies, who were taken from her shortly after birth to be sold online and transported many miles across the UK. Life on a puppy farm is grim, and the dogs aren't vaccinated, loved orlooked after. Lucy was rescued in 2013 and was in a terrible way - her spine was fused, she was covered in scalds and burns, blind in one eye, had crippling arthritis, separation anxiety, and was badly underweight. Her life turned around when she was chosen for adoption and rehabilitated by Lisa Garner, dog-lover extraordinaire. Lisa had shared her life with many dogs beforehand, but she recognised something extra special about little Lucy, and so their unique journey together began which would eventually change the world... The author is a regular guest on shows including BBC Breakfast, ITV's This Morning, and Sky News. Marc frequently writes articles raising awareness for animal welfare and is at the forefront of worldwide campaigns. Lucy's Law comes into effect on 6 April 2020, revolutionising the UK's approach to animal rights.

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But I got a puppy farm cavalier she is Hannah Nd is 11 I rescue her ,at last the law was approved on the parliament ?

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Marc qualified as a vet from Edinburgh University 1995. He is the author of two books, writes for Huffington Post, and is an active animal welfare campaigner in Westminster. He is also ambassador of several animal charities and helped produce US movie documentary Dog By Dog. Marc founded PupAid's campaign against puppy farming, and the successful Lucy's Law campaign to change the law and ban cruel third party puppy dealers. He has won numerous awards for his work.

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