About GoldiesAct.org

Helping to protect dogs in USDA-licensed puppy mills

GoldiesAct.org was founded on the belief that dogs in USDA-licensed puppy mills are entitled to kind and respectful treatment at the hands of humans and must be protected under the law.

The One Pager of Goldie's Act (H.R.6100 117th Congress) (PDF) introduced by Representative Cynthia Axne representing the 3rd District of Iowa is the lifeline dogs need.

The USDA provides licenses to commercial dog breeders and is tasked with overseeing and protecting these animals. Too often, the USDA has ignored suffering of animals. To force the agency to uphold its responsibilities under the Animal Welfare Act, Congress must act.

The GoldiesAct.org mission, is to bring awareness and provide a voice to protect dogs in USDA-licensed puppy mills by urging legislators to Cosponsor and pass Goldie's Act - H.R.1788.

Please help protect dogs from cruelty and neglect by using the ASPCA'S form to email your Legislators to urge them to support Goldie’s Act - It's quick and easy.

Questions or comments, please email at info@goldiesact.org.

Golden Retriever #142 known now as Goldie, an emaciated dog at a USDA-licensed Puppy Mill in Iowa - Goldie died July 28, 2021.
Golden Retriever #142 known now as Goldie, an emaciated dog at a USDA-licensed Puppy Mill in Iowa - Goldie died July 28, 2021.

It’s too late to save Goldie, but we can prevent other dogs from meeting her fate

Please Support Goldie's Act -  H.R.1788 (link to house.gov)

Goldie's Act Illustration of a dog's head reaching over bars
Goldie's Act Illustration courtesy of the ASPCA's Support Goldie’s Act to Protect Dogs in Puppy Mills

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