Sartin, Lynn

USDA License # 43A4843
Breeds:

USDA inspection notes (from February 24, 2015 unless otherwise noted)
  • “Bam Bam” has completed his prescribed treatment and was not coughing during the inspection. (August 27, 2014)
  • “Sugar” was prescribed daily treatment for her eyes which the licensee is providing and the condition on her foot appeared to have improved following treatment. (August 27, 2014)
  • “Sugar” was prescribed daily treatment for her eyes which the licensee is providing and the condition on her foot appeared to have improved following treatment. (August 27, 2014)
  • The licensee provided records that documented that both “Bam Bam” ID #47790A7436 and “Sugar” ID # 035794634 were examined by the attending veterinarian and given a written diagnosis and treatment plan (August 27, 2014)
  • There is evidence of rodents in the first sheltered facility. There were droppings along the base of the floor and in the corners of the floor of the storage area (August 13, 2014)
  • There was an adult, female, brown and white Shih Tzu (“Sugar” #035-794-634) had a thick, yellow-green discharge partially covering both eye globes and appeared ot be squinting slightly in the left ey [sic] (August 13, 2014)
  • There was an adult, female, brown and white Shih Tzu (“Sugar” #035-794-634) who was not placing any weight on her hind left leg as she moved around her enclosure. The top of her left hand paw had a sw [sic] (August 13, 2014)
  • There was an adult, female, brown and white Shih Tzu (“Sugar” #035-794-634) who was not placing any weight on her hind left leg as she moved around her enclosure. The top of her left hand paw had a sw [sic] (August 13, 2014)
  • The storage area inside the housing facility had sticks of old newspaper, empty bottles rags, tools, hardware, and other material not pertaining to the care of the animals. (August 13, 2014)
  • There were 3 enclosures on the indoor portion of the second, adult housing facility that had 9 x 3 inch openings cut out of the coated wire panels at the front of the enclosures. These openings were [sic] (August 13, 2014)
  • The medication being used to treat “Sugar’s” eye expired in August 2011. (August 13, 2014)
  • The medication being used to treat “Sugar’s” eye expired in August 2011. (August 13, 2014)
  • The storage building had multiple empty dog food bags. (August 13, 2014)
  • There were areas of clutter and trash both inside the housing facility and in the food storage building. (August 27, 2014)
  • Eye ointment used to treat “Sugar” (August 27, 2014)
  • Medication used to treat “Sugar” (August 27, 2014)
  • The licensee provided covers for the openings in the wire with sharp points (August 27, 2014)
  • Puppies feet dangleing through the openings in the floor.
  • There was dried feces on top and stuck between the openings in the flooring of the outdoor portion of this enclosure.
  • Puppies feet dangleing through the openings in the floor.
  • Puppies feet dangleing through the openings in the floor.
  • An adult female with an accumulation of feces in the outdoor portion of her enclosure.
  • The acumulation of feces was on top of the flooring as well as stuck in between the the holes of the flooring.
  • There was an accumulation of dried feces accross the floor of the outdoor portion of this enclosure.
“Bam Bam” has completed his prescribed treatment and was not coughing during the inspection.  (August 27, 2014)
“Sugar” was prescribed daily treatment for her eyes which the licensee is providing and the condition on her foot appeared to have improved following treatment.  (August 27, 2014)“Sugar” was prescribed daily treatment for her eyes which the licensee is providing and the condition on her foot appeared to have improved following treatment.  (August 27, 2014)The licensee provided records that documented that both “Bam Bam” ID #47790A7436 and “Sugar” ID # 035794634 were examined by the attending veterinarian and given a written diagnosis and treatment plan  (August 27, 2014)There is evidence of rodents in the first sheltered facility.  There were droppings along the base of the floor and in the corners of the floor of the storage area  (August 13, 2014)   There was an adult, female, brown and white Shih Tzu (“Sugar” #035-794-634) had a thick, yellow-green discharge partially covering both eye globes and appeared ot be squinting slightly in the left ey [sic]  (August 13, 2014)There was an adult, female, brown and white Shih Tzu (“Sugar” #035-794-634) who was not placing any weight on her hind left leg as she moved around her enclosure.  The top of her left hand paw had a sw [sic]  (August 13, 2014)There was an adult, female, brown and white Shih Tzu (“Sugar” #035-794-634) who was not placing any weight on her hind left leg as she moved around her enclosure.  The top of her left hand paw had a sw [sic]  (August 13, 2014)The storage area inside the housing facility had sticks of old newspaper, empty bottles rags, tools, hardware, and other material not pertaining to the care of the animals.  (August 13, 2014)There were 3 enclosures on the indoor portion of the second, adult housing facility that had 9 x 3 inch openings cut out of the coated wire panels at the front of the enclosures. These openings were [sic]  (August 13, 2014)The medication being used to treat “Sugar’s” eye expired in August 2011.  (August 13, 2014)The medication being used to treat “Sugar’s” eye expired in August 2011.  (August 13, 2014)The storage building had multiple empty dog food bags.  (August 13, 2014)There were areas of clutter and trash both inside the housing facility and in the food storage building.  (August 27, 2014)Eye ointment used to treat “Sugar”  (August 27, 2014)Medication used to treat “Sugar”  (August 27, 2014)The licensee provided covers for the openings in the wire with sharp points  (August 27, 2014)Puppies feet dangleing through the openings in the floor.There was dried feces on top and stuck between the openings in the flooring of the outdoor portion of this enclosure.Puppies feet dangleing through the openings in the floor.Puppies feet dangleing through the openings in the floor.An adult female with an accumulation of feces in the outdoor portion of her enclosure.The acumulation of feces was on top of the flooring as well as stuck in between the the holes of the flooring.There was an accumulation of dried feces accross the floor of the outdoor portion of this enclosure.

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