Troyer, John

USDA License # 43A5509
Breeds:

USDA inspection notes (from March 16, 2011 unless otherwise noted)
  • Male Basset Hound, tag #146, with a hairless, raised mass, approx 2 cm in diameter on top of head
  • Young female Boston Terrier pup with discharge from nose, eyes pointing in outward direction, unthrifty/ appearance (January 3, 2011)
  • Young female Boston Terrier pup with discharge from nose, eyes pointing in outward direction, unthrifty/ appearance (January 3, 2011)
  • Close up view of metal flashing on bottom of shelter bent/broken creating sharp points (January 3, 2011)
  • Close up view of metal flashing on bottom of shelter bent/broken creating sharp points (January 3, 2011)
  • Water receptacle inside enclosure with chewed edges and embedded grime in pitted areas (January 3, 2011)
  • Close up view of water receptacle inside enclosure with chewed edges and embedded grime in pitted areas (January 3, 2011)
  • Outdoor shelter that had been chewed to the point that it has created a hole large enough to allow rain or snow to get inside of the shelter. (January 3, 2011)
  • Metal flashing on bottom of shelter bent/broken creating sharp points (January 3, 2011)
  • Metal flashing on bottom of shelter bent/broken creating sharp points (January 3, 2011)
  • Grime buildup on inside of outside access door (January 3, 2011)
  • Grime buildup on inside of outside access door (January 3, 2011)
  • Grime buildup on inside of outside access door (January 3, 2011)
  • close up view of hole created from chewed surface of dog shelter, large enough for rain and snow to enter the shelter. (January 3, 2011)
  • Long pieces of carpet strands in enclosure with puppies
  • Excessive amount of feces on walls and floor of enclosure with 4 puppies.
  • Long pieces of carpet strands in enclosure with puppies.
  • Sharp point from wire inside an enclosure
  • Long pieces of carpet strands in an enclosure with pups. Insufficient lighting inside this section if(sic) the sheltered facility. Inspector had to use flashlight to perform inspection.
  • Sharp point from wire inside an enclosure
  • Sharp point from cut piece of wire pointing inward to the enclosure
  • Corner section of chain link divider panel has been pulled/chewed creating a large gap and also a broken wire.
  • An accumulated amount of feces under the outside portion of the sheltered facility
  • An accumulated amount of feces under the outside portion of the sheltered facility
  • Wooden panels inside an outdoor enclosures is no longer impervious too(sic) moisture, note the water spray mark about halfway up to the front
  • Close up view of the wood sprayed with water that is no longer impervious too(sic) moisture
  • Wooden support for barrel type shelter is chewed and no longer impervious too(sic) moisture
Male Basset Hound, tag #146, with a hairless, raised mass, approx 2 cm in diameter on top of head
Young female Boston Terrier pup with discharge from nose, eyes pointing in outward direction, unthrifty/ appearance (January 3, 2011)Young female Boston Terrier pup with discharge from nose, eyes pointing in outward direction, unthrifty/ appearance  (January 3, 2011)Close up view of metal flashing on bottom of shelter bent/broken creating sharp points (January 3, 2011)Close up view of metal flashing on bottom of shelter bent/broken creating sharp points (January 3, 2011)Water receptacle inside enclosure with chewed edges and embedded grime in pitted areas (January 3, 2011)Close up view of water receptacle inside enclosure with chewed edges and embedded grime in pitted areas (January 3, 2011)Outdoor shelter that had been chewed to the point that it has created a hole large enough to allow rain or snow to get inside of the shelter. (January 3, 2011)Metal flashing on bottom of shelter bent/broken creating sharp points (January 3, 2011)Metal flashing on bottom of shelter bent/broken creating sharp points (January 3, 2011)Grime buildup on inside of outside access door (January 3, 2011)Grime buildup on inside of outside access door (January 3, 2011)Grime buildup on inside of outside access door (January 3, 2011)close up view of hole created from chewed surface of dog shelter, large enough for rain and snow to enter the shelter. (January 3, 2011)Long pieces of carpet strands in enclosure with puppiesExcessive amount of feces on walls and floor of enclosure with 4 puppies.Long pieces of carpet strands in enclosure with puppies.Sharp point from wire inside an enclosureLong pieces of carpet strands in an enclosure with pups. Insufficient lighting inside this section if(sic) the sheltered facility.  Inspector had to use flashlight to perform inspection.Sharp point from wire inside an enclosureSharp point from cut piece of wire pointing inward to the enclosureCorner section of chain link divider panel has been pulled/chewed creating a large gap and also a broken wire. An accumulated amount of feces under the outside portion of the sheltered facility An accumulated amount of feces under the outside portion of the sheltered facilityWooden panels inside an outdoor enclosures is no longer impervious too(sic) moisture, note the water spray mark about halfway up to the frontClose up view of the wood sprayed with water that is no longer impervious too(sic) moistureWooden support for barrel type shelter is chewed and no longer impervious too(sic) moisture

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