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124 Dogs Seized From Oklahoma City Puppy Mill

Pictured above is just one of 124 dogs seized from Oklahoma City dog breeder, OKC Poms.

Pictured above is only one of 124 canines seized from Oklahoma City canine breeder, OKC Poms.

After a citizen’s grievance introduced an investigation into common Oklahoma City breeder, OKC Poms, 124 canines had been seized, rescued from deplorable prerequisites whilst OKC Poms’ proprietor and breeder, Linda Roach, who has been breeding canines for over 30 years, faces 124 counts of failure to offer humane care and remedy and two counts of failure to offer veterinary care to a canine.

The OKC Poms site and Facebook web page, that have since been taken down, confirmed photographs of glad, wholesome, well-groomed domestic dogs. But officers say what the prerequisites on the facility had been some distance from appropriate.

Animal Welfare Officer, Mike Cronic informed KFOR-TV News, “Cockroaches in the food, there was feces everywhere. The cages hadn’t been cleaned properly for quite some time. There was a ventilation issue. So it was pretty bad.”

Just five months in the past, Linda Roach handed inspection and her license was once renewed. So, how does this occur?

“When they get their inspections done, they know it’s going to happen. So they do everything possible to make sure it’s clean and animals are taken care of. It’s after the inspectors leave that things change,” Animal Welfare’s Trace Lyons informed KFOR.

After the inspection, Roach, like different pet mill breeders, merely stopped taking good care of the canines correctly. USDA necessities for industrial breeders are already at a naked minimal degree of care and luxury for the animals. What’s “appropriate” for breeders is a degree of care some distance not as good as how we, as puppy folks, would be expecting canines to be supplied for. To fail an inspection signifies that prerequisites within the kennels had been completely deplorable.

While 124 canines had been seized, unfortunately, 41 had been allowed to stay with Roach as a result of, officers stated, they had been residing in appropriate prerequisites.

It is most likely (however no longer particular) that Roach will lose her breeding license. Investigators would possibly upload extra fees as a case is constructed towards OKC Poms.

All however two of the canines rescued seem to be wholesome. Many will likely be to be had for adoption at Central OK Humane Society and the Bella Foundation. For additional info, touch Animal Welfare at 405-297-3100.


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