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Yes, they should be banned

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No, they shouldn't be banned

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missmedic says2017-10-17T00:52:12.0401173Z
It is no different then how your food is treated, just ask a chicken.
AnonymousAthiest says2017-11-27T16:44:41.8162004Z
@missmedic The key difference between puppy mills and chicken farms is that our relationship with dogs is supposed to be a symbiotic one, same as with cats, and thus abusing them (which is all too common in puppy mills) is to some degree a breach of this contract.
AnonymousAthiest says2017-11-27T18:39:32.1895383Z
@missmedic The key difference between puppy mills and chicken farms is that our relationship with dogs is supposed to be a symbiotic one, same as with cats, and thus abusing them (which is all too common in puppy mills) is to some degree a breach of this contract.
AnonymousAthiest says2017-11-27T19:14:06.3944344Z
@missmedic The key difference between puppy mills and chicken farms is that our relationship with dogs is supposed to be a symbiotic one, same as with cats, and thus abusing them (which is all too common in puppy mills) is to some degree a breach/abuse of this relationship
AnonymousAthiest says2017-11-28T13:53:50.3999135Z
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Faloncomer22 says2018-02-19T17:25:53.0856095Z
@missmedic it is different because the puppies are being abused and the chickens aren't in as bad as an environment as the puppies are https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puppy_mill, https://www.aspca.org/animal-cruelty/puppy-mills, the difference is the way the animals are treated look ate the websites and then maybe you will understand

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