The Merced puppy mill has gone through a rough patch in recent years, and in the past year has been forced to shut down its operations in the United States, where it had more than 2,000 animals.
But the owners are hoping that the Merced Center for the Arts will bring new life to a dying breed, with a new exhibit in the works.
The museum will exhibit a new breed of puppy called the Mercadines, a breed that is often used in breeding programs and is also known as the dupage.
A breed of dupages that was used in the breeding program that killed the puppy and other animals at the Merciadine mill in the U.S. in 2017.
“This is an opportunity for us to celebrate the Mercs legacy and give back to their families,” said Amanda Roper, Merced’s senior curator of the museum.
“We want to honor the Mercuadines legacy and help them continue to make a positive impact on our community.”
The exhibit, to be called Merciades Dogs of the Year, will feature photos of the breed, and the Merccadine’s name, in a story that will be told through the dogs, which will also feature footage of their owners.
The exhibit will also include a history of the Merces breed, including their origin and history, and a portrait of the founder of the mill.
The museum is partnering with the Mercy Project, a nonprofit that helps rehabilitate abandoned and abandoned dogs, and with the San Francisco Humane Society, which was one of the first shelters in the country to rescue and adopt Merciads.
With the assistance of the San Franciscans, the Merce Project will provide free food, shelter and other necessities to the dogs.
The exhibit will open to the public on Wednesday, November 2, and will last until January.