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Week in Review - September 11, 2013
Spurred By 'Puppy Mill' Report, Feds Crack Down On Dog Breeders Who Sell Animals Online
Kevin Shea, administrator of the USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, says the agency is responding to a 2010 USDA inspector general's report that uncovered grisly conditions at so-called "puppy mills" around the country.
Understanding puppy mills: The horrors behind a cute face
Almost all puppies sold at pet stores are products of puppy mills, and while the puppy may be cute, its mom is locked in confinement, churning out puppies for profit for her entire excruciating life.
Dalmatians Rescued from Puppy Mill
Flea-covered Dalmatians were rescued from a puppy mill, and are getting a new lease on life…
Proposed puppy mill ordinance on hold in Anderson Co
The proposal comes after an alleged puppy mill was discovered earlier in August and more than 150 dogs were rescued.
Local pet store under fire: Owner of San Diego Puppy says he will not abide by new ordinance
Angry protesters on Sunday demonstrated outside a local pet store that has refused to close its doors, even though it is violating city code.
Dog breeder pleaded no contest to cruel neglect charge
The Nebraska Department of Agriculture in January notified the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office of conditions at Julia Hudson’s facility, Taj Mahal Kennels, 10401 W. Mill Road. She had 62 adult dogs and 13 puppies at the time. A Department of Agriculture inspection report shows all the pens had feces in them and lacked adequate ventilation. Water left for outside dogs, many of which lacked shelter, had frozen.