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ALL STATES HAVE PUPPY MILLS AND MANY OF THEM DON'T HAVE THE ABILITY TO SHUT THEM DOWN, OR TO EVEN INVESTIGATE THEM. IF MISSISSIPPI HAD MORE WORKERS ON THIS THEY WOULD BE ABLE TO SHUT DONE A LOT MORE PUPPY MILLS.

 

On 9-29-08 the state of Mississippi was contacted to see what their guidelines are when it comes to breeding. The lady at Mississippi Board Of Animal health said BE VERY LEARY Mississippi HAS VERY FEW ANIMAL LAWS.  AND NO ONE TO CHECK UP ON BREEDERS !!!! SHE ALSO STATED THAT THERE ARE A LOT OF UNETHICAL BREEDERS IN MISSISSIPPI AND THEY RECEIVE A LOT OF PHONE CALLS BUT CAN DO NOTHING..

 

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HERE IS AN EXAMPLE OF A PUPPY MILL BUST IN MISSISSIPPI.

 

Child neglect investigation uncovers Mississippi puppy mill.
 

Here’s yet another example of how people who abuse animals often are equally callous toward their own species.

A child abuse investigation in Mississippi last week uncovered a large puppy mill operation with more than 180 dogs – many of them small breeds popular with celebutants, such as Yorkies and pugs. Some of the animals were so matted or disfigured, rescue workers could not determine what breed they were.

Authorities initially were called on suspicion that Janet and Ramone Barretto were severely neglecting their nine youngsters. Eight of the children were taken into protective custody; the Barretto’s 2-year-old daughter later died.

As if the death of a child isn't bad enough: the photos taken by the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society, which took the Barretto's animals, are utterly heartbreaking. They should be required viewing for anyone buying a dog from a pet store or from a broker over the Internet that can't (or won't) tell them where their dogs come from. The puppies may be cute, but look at the agony their parents must endure.

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This poor Shih Tzu at the Barreto's farm, her fur so matted that she can barely see, still was trying to nurse her new baby when rescue workers put them both into a carrier to take them to a veterinarian.

You can follow the progress of these survivors on at the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society’s Web site. Click here.

Here is the story from the "Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal."


GIRL DIES, PUPPY MILL DISCOVERED
5/20/2008
By Emily Le Coz
Daily Journal

NEW ALBANY - A case of extreme child neglect here Sunday night led to one death, two felony counts and the discovery of a mass puppy breeding operation that has animal officials stunned.

Union County Sheriff's deputies raided the home of Janet and Ramone Barreto, 824 County Road 87 near New Albany, after receiving a tip from doctors that the couple might have abused their adopted daughter.

Once at the home, law-enforcement agents also found more than 180 dogs, 25 cats and several ducks in various conditions. The animals' numbers are expected to increase, because some of them continue to give birth.

Sheriff Tommy Wilhite said the Barreto's 2-year-old daughter was brought from a local hospital to Le Bonheur Children's Medical Center in Memphis for an unspecified reason. Doctors there suspected child neglect and tipped off Wilhite on Sunday night, when he obtained a warrant and raided the property.

The 2-year-old died Monday morning, but a cause of death was not yet available.

All but one of the couple's nine children now are in protective custody, Wilhite said, although he did not give the whereabouts of the remaining child.

The animals are being taken care of by the Tupelo-Lee Humane Society, which was called by the sheriff's department Sunday night.

The couple has been charged with two felony counts of child neglect and could face more charges as the investigation continues, Wilhite said. Tupelo-Lee Humane Society officials say they might press charges, too, for animal neglect.

In the meantime, the humane society has filed a warrant for order of protection on the property to allow staff to enter the property and take care of the animals. It also filed a seizure warrant to take the animals from the property, said shelter director Debbie Hood.

Both have been granted.

"We're going to remove any animals that are in emergency situations," Hood said. "We will have a veterinarian assess the situation (Tuesday) and make recommendations. Then we'll need to disperse the animals to different organizations and various volunteers for temporary care of the animals."

Hood described the situation there as a puppy mill - a large-scale breeding operation where the puppies are sold for profit. Those in the mill included Yorkies, English bulldogs, Shitzus, and Pugs, which apparently were sold at various Northeast Mississippi flea markets.

Several area rescue groups have said they will take a few animals, but more are needed to help. Also needed are pet carriers, food bowls and volunteers to go to New Albany and feed the other animals until they can be placed, Hood said.

 

HERE IS THE LINK TO THE ORIGINAL ARTICLE

 http://blogs.trb.com/features/lifestyle/pets/blog/2008/05/child_neglect_investigation_un_1.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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