Dog Breeds Red-flagged by Junk Mail

As part of Junk Mail’s commitment to developing an Industry Standard Pets Policy in cooperation with Beauty without Cruelty, the NSPCA and various other roll players in the classifieds industry, here is a list of dogs that Junk Mail will ‘red flag’ in advertising due to the risks associated with dog fighting and other criminal activity.


Remember to report any suspicious dog-type activities to your local SPCA or Police Station and to never take matters into your own hands! Suspicious pet ads on the Junk Mail site can be flagged via the Report flags on the site, or notify Junk Mail Pet Care if you notice anything out of place.

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36 Responses

  1. Nantus says:

    Hello, I’m trying to advertise a capuchin Monkey, but you declined my ad And as reason for declining you direct me a dog fighting page! what’s up with that? Please sort this issue out or at the very least don’t get monkeys and dogs confused with each other! Other people advertised the same monkeys two months ago.
    Yours in anticipation…

  2. Sheila says:

    I was looking to purchase ducks for my farm. Instead my ad is declined and I’m redirected to a list of fighting dog breeds
    ??? The ducks I’m looking for have all been previously advertised on Junkmail and a search brings up sellers?? So you can sell but not buy?

  3. Safiyya says:

    Hi. I’m trying to advertise my kittens. I’m not willing to sell them. I would like to give them to good home for free. What’s wrong with that?

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