to connectVideoMore than 300 dogs seized at a breeding facility in Florida
Video: More than 300 dogs seized from Trish’s All Breed Grooming and bathing facility in the Florida keys. Animal control officers say the owner is never in the improved conditions, and it is not allowed to be bred.
Hundreds of dogs were seized from a breeding facility in Florida, on Monday, the result of the audit, officials said that the animals are not cared for and are kept in appalling conditions.
Trish’s All breed’s Pet Grooming, located to the East of daytona beach, was filled to overflowing, and more than 340 dogs that suffer with him, and one of the puppies was found dead, according to the researchers.
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“It was the over-crowding, skin problems, eye problems, and is just dirty,” Roger Mills, executive director of the Hillsborough County Animal Control, said, ” according to WTVT. “The place is not maintained. The animals had urine and feces stains on them. I mean, there are a few of the ones we looked at had almost no teeth.”
The researchers looked into the breeding business after it received several complaints from customers over the past few months. The owner of the facility does not follow through on the improvement of the living conditions of the animals, and, therefore, a judge has reportedly ordered that the dog be removed from the site.
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Scott Trebatoski, the director of the Pet Resources division of Hillsborough County, told WFTS-TV that some of the cages, which are designed for only one or two of the dogs were in the homes of 20 or 30.
The owner of Trish’s All breed’s Pet Grooming was not allowed to own or breed the dogs at some point in the future, Mills said, she can’t seem to find the part of the owner of the company.
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“It’s very frustrating when we are trying to accomplish a certain task, to achieve things in order to do that, we have directed them to do so, and she’s not going to happen, and we can’t even get the owner to come out,” he said.
The authorities are investigating a case in which the owner may be faced with the costs and trying to find places for the dogs to run, but will be up for adoption until the investigation is complete.