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Some time ago, le Chenil des Voltigeurs of Naji Majdalani saw the MAPAQ’s, the inspectors pulled a hundred animals from his puppy factory.

 

It’s after a visit by the MAPAC that the authorities decided to seize the animals. About a dozen of these animals were reportedly abused. The owner asserts that he is working well with the inspectors and is trying to follow their rules, but he can not comply all the requests that have been submitted to him.

 

He even says that the MAPAC has been on his back for eleven years and that he tries his best to take safe care of the animals. Meanwhile, spokesman Yohan Dallaire-Boily said the seizures go further than unhealthy or inadequate facilities. The health and safety of these animals are the most important.

 

Several years ago, in 2009, the owners were found guilty of uncleanliness and negligence. The numerous seized animals were taken care of by the SPCA. These animals will be evaluated by an independent veterinarian and could then be handed over to different agencies to relocate them.

 

To know all the details of this story, the articles are available if you click here and here.

 

Stories to read:

 

1. PUPPY MILLS, Application of the Law: coercion (1 of 3)

 

2. PUPPY MILLS, Application of the Law: coercion (2 of 3)

 

3.  PUPPY MILLS, Application of the Law: coercion (3 of 3)

 

4.  To Understand Animal Issues in Quebec

 

 

Source: vingt55.ca 

Amelie Delobel

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