Bradford puppy farm dumped dead dogs in wheelbarrow

Bradford puppy farm dumped dead dogs in wheelbarrow

A puppy farm selling dogs for £300 was keeping the animals in squalor and dumping dead ones in a wheelbarrow, a court has heard.
Bernadette Nunney and John Wilcock advertised their puppies as being raised in a family home.
But the dogs were severely malnourished and ill from being kept in their own filth with no food at a Bradford farm.
Nunney and Wilcock were given 20-week suspended prison sentences and banned from keeping dogs for life.
Customers complained to the RSPCA after several of the puppies died days after being bought.
The charity and police seized 43 dogs when they raided the... read more

18 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 44
Source: BBC

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