Tag: Puppy Mills
Animal Legal Defense Fund Sues Pet Store Chain for Selling Sick and Injured “Puppy Mill” PuppiesSeptember 25, 2014
False advertisement suit against “barkworks pups & stuff” has real bite.
Animal Legal Defense Fund Sues Pennsylvania Ag Department over Weak Puppy Mill RegulationsJuly 31, 2014
Watered down protections for nursing dogs violate state “dog law.”
ALDF Investigation Reveals Violations at Maryland’s Worst Breeding Facility Routinely Goes UnpunishedMay 16, 2014
ALDF calls on feds to enforce penalties for violations of Animal Welfare Act.
Nebraska’s Worst Animal Breeders RevealedJanuary 13, 2014
After extensive review of the inspection records of commercial breeders in the state of Nebraska, ALDF sent a letterto the USDA, singling out the worst of these breeders and demanding the agency enforce the law against horrific violations of the federal Animal Welfare Act.
The Ghosts in Our Machine: A Film by Liz MarshallOctober 31, 2013
This Halloween, let’s reflect on real ghosts: the billions of animals exploited for food, fur, and in laboratories, and the hidden suffering they endure.
Just Say No to Kennel License for Convicted Animal AbuserSeptember 23, 2013
According to recent reports, Director Pechart is considering issuing a commercial kennel license to John Esh, a former commercial kennel owner with a long history of animal welfare and animal cruelty violations.
Welcome Jessica Blome!September 13, 2013
Join us in welcoming Iowa-native Jessica Blome to our California office as our newest legal champion of animals.
USDA Closes Internet Sale Loophole for Pet Breeders After Pressure from Animal GroupsSeptember 10, 2013
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service took a significant step forward today for cats and dogs by closing the internet sale loophole to the Animal Welfare Act.
“Furry Babies” Pet Store Faces Lawsuit for Allegedly Selling Unhealthy Puppy Mill PuppiesJune 5, 2013
A group of consumers filed a lawsuit in LaSalle County Circuit Court against the Chicago pet store chain Furry Babies, Inc., claiming that the store sold sick puppies from puppy mills to unsuspecting consumers in violation of state consumer protection laws.