COPPER LAKE KENNELS 2010 Coleman, Tom

Address

Alma , GA
USDA License # 57A0178

USDA inspection notes (from December 14, 2011 unless otherwise noted)
  • Rusty cage front door, animal contact area, cannot be sanitized.
  • Excessive feces, waste, hair and wet newspaper on flooring in cocker spaniel #174 cage in whelping room, dogs and pup laying in it, wet and covered in feces. Increased risk of disease and illness.
  • Poor housekeeping in whelping house. Dead bugs, rodent droppings, etc on floor.
  • Rusty cage front door, animal contact area cannot be sanitized.
  • THe joint seal between the masonite wall and the flooring separated from the wall. The area is wet with dead bugs on wall and floor. The area is not impervious to moisture and cannot be sanitized.
  • Poor housekeeping in whelping house. Dead bugs, rodent droppings, etc on the floor beneath storage shelf and on the shelf.
  • Poor housekeeping in whelping house. Dead bugs, rodent droppings, etc on floor beneath storage shelf and on the shelf.
  • The joint seal between the masonite wall and the flooring separated from the wall. The area is wet with dead bugs on wall and floor. The area is not impervious to moisture and cannot be sanitized.
  • Drywall against back of cage surface being licked or chewed off, no longer impervious to moisture, cannot be sanitized creating disease hazard.
  • Countertop and sink in whelping building used to prepare food. has sticky gummy material and dead bugs. Contact surface broken leaving porous wood exposed tat cannot be sanitized.
  • Feces and waste accumulation inside on floor of wheaton terrier hutch. Increased risk of disease.
  • Red miniature pincher with swollen right cheek area, skin scabbing on cheek and around eye, eye squinting in need of veterinary care.
  • Red miniature pincher with swollen right cheek area, skin scabbing on cheek and around eye, eye squinting in need of veterinary care. Greenish grey build up on canine tooth.
  • Feces smeared on cage flooring stuck between wire and on cage sides. Flooring wet.
  • A week or more accumulation of waste beneath the wheaton terrier hutch creating disease hazard and pest control problems.
  • One and one half inch squares in the flooring of yorkie and chihuahua pens, large enough for the feet to pass through and cause injury.
  • Extremely long toenails on yorky [sic] chip# 101796010 increasing risk of injury and lameness.
  • Extremely long toenails on yorky [sic] chip# 101796010 increasing risk of injury and lameness.
  • Countertop and sink in whelping building sed to prepare food. has sticky gummy material and dead bugs. Contact surface broken leaving porous wood exposed that cannot be sanitized.
  • Drywall against back of cage surface being licked or chewed off, no longer impervious to moisture, cannot be sanitized creating disease hazard.
  • Drywall against back of cage surface being licked or chewed off, no longer impervious to moisture, cannot be sanitized creating disease hazard.
  • Rusty cage front door, animal contact area, cannot be sanitized.
  • Red miniature pincher with swollen right cheek area, skin scabbing on cheek and around eye, eye squinting in need of veterinary care
  • Extremely long toenails on red miniature pincher increasing risk of injury and lameness.
  • Extremely long toenails on red miniature pincher #274 creating increased risk of injury and possible lameness.
  • Rusty cage front door, animal contact area, cannot be sanitized.
Rusty cage front door, animal contact area, cannot be sanitized.
Excessive feces, waste, hair and wet newspaper on flooring in cocker spaniel #174 cage in whelping room, dogs and pup laying in it, wet and covered in feces. Increased risk of disease and illness. Poor housekeeping in whelping house. Dead bugs, rodent droppings, etc on floor.Rusty cage front door, animal contact area cannot be sanitized. THe joint seal between the masonite wall and the flooring separated from the wall. The area is wet with dead bugs on wall and floor. The area is not impervious to moisture and cannot be sanitized. Poor housekeeping in whelping house. Dead bugs, rodent droppings, etc on the floor beneath storage shelf and on the shelf.Poor housekeeping in whelping house. Dead bugs, rodent droppings, etc on floor beneath storage shelf and on the shelf.The joint seal between the masonite wall and the flooring separated from the wall. The area is wet with dead bugs on wall and floor. The area is not impervious to moisture and cannot be sanitized. Drywall against back of cage surface being licked or chewed off, no longer impervious to moisture, cannot be sanitized creating disease hazard. Countertop and sink in whelping building used to prepare food. has sticky gummy material and dead bugs. Contact surface broken leaving porous wood exposed tat cannot be sanitized. Feces and waste accumulation inside on floor of wheaton terrier hutch. Increased risk of disease. Red miniature pincher with swollen right cheek area, skin scabbing on cheek and around eye, eye squinting in need of veterinary care.  Red miniature pincher with swollen right cheek area, skin scabbing on cheek and around eye, eye squinting in need of veterinary care. Greenish grey build up on canine tooth.Feces smeared on cage flooring stuck between wire and on cage sides. Flooring wet. A week or more accumulation of waste beneath the wheaton terrier hutch creating disease hazard and pest control problems.One and one half inch squares in the flooring of yorkie and chihuahua pens, large enough for the feet to pass through and cause injury.Extremely long toenails on yorky [sic] chip# 101796010 increasing risk of injury and lameness.Extremely long toenails on yorky [sic] chip# 101796010 increasing risk of injury and lameness.Countertop and sink in whelping building sed to prepare food. has sticky gummy material and dead bugs. Contact surface broken leaving porous wood exposed that cannot be sanitized. Drywall against back of cage surface being licked or chewed off, no longer impervious to moisture, cannot be sanitized creating disease hazard. Drywall against back of cage surface being licked or chewed off, no longer impervious to moisture, cannot be sanitized creating disease hazard. Rusty cage front door, animal contact area, cannot be sanitized. Red miniature pincher with swollen right cheek area, skin scabbing on cheek and around eye, eye squinting in need of veterinary care Extremely long toenails on red miniature pincher increasing risk of injury and lameness. Extremely long toenails on red miniature pincher #274 creating increased risk of injury and possible lameness. Rusty cage front door, animal contact area, cannot be sanitized.

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