Woman charged in Pender puppy mill case
A woman accused of running a puppy mill in Pender County was charged Monday with 13 counts of cruelty to animals, according to Lt. Keith Ramsey of the Pender County Sheriff's Office.
Corbett administration making strides to enforce puppy mill law
The Corbett administration is making significant strides in improving the enforcement of the state's dog law in the wake of reports from both the Dog Law Advisory Board and the State Auditor General sharply critical of efforts in the past.
Advocates call for local regulation of pet breeders in New York with puppy mill bill
Backyard breeders and puppy mills in New York state haven’t been properly regulated for over a decade, according to Upper West Side Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal — and she’s hoping to change that.
Anti-Puppy Mill Press Conference Goes to the Dogs
“Many dogs from pet stores are from puppy mills,” Ms. Rosenthal said in an interview, “and you bring them home, and they’re so cute, and then you find out they’re sick. … It’s a vicious cycle.”
Northglenn to discuss puppy mill ban
The Northglenn, CO City Council will hold a public hearing Monday, October 28 to discuss a potential ban on puppy mills in the city. The details of the proposal have yet to be released, but a ban on puppy mills would make it illegal for pet stores to sell puppies, kittens or baby rabbits (or “kits”) that come from “mill” sources.