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Two Georgia women are facing a lot of charges after authorities found more than 40 dogs, including the seven, with their lower jaws missing, in what the authorities described as “deplorable conditions.”
Brandi Louis, Marzka and Lynda, Susan Cummings, were arrested Monday after authorities discovered a puppy mill in Barnesville, about an hour’s drive south of Atlanta, according to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.
Brandi Louis, Lynda Susan Cummings have been charged with cruelty to animals.
(Monroe County Sheriff’s Office)
Authorities began investigating the house after a citizen-alerted to the Towaliga District Attorney’s Office and the Monroe County Sheriff’s Department, Fox 5 Atlanta reported.
The delegates to said contact with Cummings, after running a check on the well-being of the home. Eventually, he gave all of the dogs at the sheriff’s office, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
“No one was living in the house. They on a regular basis to check on the dogs,” said Monroe County Sheriff Brad Freeman. “It’s very clear, because at one point, they had food and water.”
At least for a Maltipoo puppy to death has been found, according to the paper. 43 other Maltipoo puppies, were rescued by the Atlanta Humane Society.
“For the vast majority of the dogs, the houses are to be found, they will be taken care of,” He said.
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The Society told The Journal-Constitution that the lower jaws of seven of the dogs were a complete failure due to neglected dental care. Some were matted, and some had skin and eye problems, The Journal-Constitution reported.
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Cummings, faces seven counts of intentionally causing bodily harm to an animal due to a severe disfigurement and one count of intentionally causing the death of an animal, both misdemeanors. The two women will face 36 counts of animal neglect. She was booked into the Monroe County Jail.
An investigation is on-going.