Teddy and Harley are two Chihuahuas who were rescued from separate puppy mills, but their stories are all too familiar. Confined to wire cages with hardly enough food and water to survive, the two Chihuahuas endured lives of misery. They were used to breed litter after litter, without a single concern for their physical or emotional well-beings.
Finally, at the age of seven, Teddy was rescued by the National Mill Dog Rescue and transferred to Lily’s Haven in Colorado, from which he was adopted into a loving home. Teddy’s former puppy-mill days manifest themselves in the dog’s missing teeth, uneven hips, and torn ears, but his spirit is intact.