Danielle dljfsal;, WA 6/9/2009 5:27:06 AM I am good with the No Kill by 2012! stuff but the fees are insanity. Responsible breeder's don't breed to make money, they breed to improve the dogs that they are working with. Many responsible breeders do activities such as confirmation or agility with their dogs. Many people have been duped by thinking breeders keep their dogs in cages in the backyard waiting for a litter to pop up so they can make a quick buck. no, those are PUPPY MILLS! The dogs of a Responsible Breeder are raised as part of a family.