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The conversations we must have about human trafficking are challenging, especially when children are involved. They are pups themselves. Where do you start, without over-exposing them? Meanwhile, in our backyard, exploitation is on the rise and it targets girls and boys, especially ages 12-14, of every race and demographic.

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Woof! My name is Baby. I’m a puppy, and this is my true-life tale!

I was rescued from a life of captivity with my previous human who was a victim of child trafficking. After my rehabilitation, I want to help others have a voice that’s loud enough to howl against this injustice lurking in the shadows.

I’ve asked my good friend, Wendy, to write my story because my paw print is barely legible. This book is a one-of-a-kind educational resource for people who want to bite back against child trafficking and do all they can to prevent it!

If you or someone else is being trafficked, text “Help” to 233733. For more information, text “Info” to 233733.


If you suspect someone is a victim of human trafficking or needs help connecting with a service provider in your area, or to learn more, contact the National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-888-373-7888


To report suspected abuse of any kind, please contact your local Child Protective Services immediately.


To report a missing or exploited child, contact the National Center for Missing or Exploited Children: 1-800-843-5678


Perk your ears up for the language of trafficking. For a Glossary of Sex Trafficking Terms, visit


To take protective steps to guard your child against online cyber grooming, visit

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