Farley, Joe

USDA License # 43A6006

USDA inspection notes (from February 23, 2016 unless otherwise noted)
  • Close-up of feces and hair accumulated in front of dog enclosures.
  • Accumulation of feces and hair in front of dog enclosures.
  • The male Shiba Inu (m/c# 941000017801694) that was unable to lift the front half of his body off of the ground. He is sitting on his rump with his back legs extended in an abnormal position.
  • Accumulated feces and hair in front of dog enclosures.
  • Close-up of feces and hair in front of dog enclosures.
  • The outdoor shelter for the adult Weimeraners did not have any bedding even though the ambient temperature was below 50 degrees F.
  • Close-up of feces and hair in front of dog enclosures.
  • The young Wiemeraner named Mathilda that had a dry, intermittent cough.
  • Close-up of Myra's leg, which is red and swollen with teeth marks present.
  • Close-up of the long toenails on the adult Norwich terrier.
  • The adult Norwich terrier with excessively long toenails. The digits were twisting to the side rather than being in a normal position.
  • Instructions written by the Attending Veterinarian on the proper method of tail docking.
  • English Bulldog (m/c# 9560000089921466) with visible vertebrae and hip bones.
  • Instructions written by the Attending Veterinarian on the proper care of thin dogs.
  • The left hind leg of the Weimeraner named Myra.
  • The female Wiemeraner named Myra that had been bitten by another dog.
  • Puppies that had their tails docked by twisting their tails off rather than following the Attending Veterinarian's written instructions.
Close-up of feces and hair accumulated in front of dog enclosures.
Accumulation of feces and hair in front of dog enclosures.The male Shiba Inu (m/c# 941000017801694) that was unable to lift the front half of his body off of the ground. He is sitting on his rump with his back legs extended in an abnormal position.Accumulated feces and hair in front of dog enclosures.Close-up of feces and hair in front of dog enclosures.The outdoor shelter for the adult Weimeraners did not have any bedding even though the ambient temperature was below 50 degrees F.Close-up of feces and hair in front of dog enclosures.The young Wiemeraner named Mathilda that had a dry, intermittent cough.Close-up of Myra's leg, which is red and swollen with teeth marks present.Close-up of the long toenails on the adult Norwich terrier.The adult Norwich terrier with excessively long toenails. The digits were twisting to the side rather than being in a normal position.Instructions written by the Attending Veterinarian on the proper method of tail docking.English Bulldog (m/c# 9560000089921466) with visible vertebrae and hip bones.Instructions written by the Attending Veterinarian on the proper care of thin dogs.The left hind leg of the Weimeraner named Myra.The female Wiemeraner named Myra that had been bitten by another dog.Puppies that had their tails docked by twisting their tails off rather than following the Attending Veterinarian's written instructions.

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