Tampa, Florida 2021-11-05 15:47:23 –
Over 500 dogs have been rescued from Iowa USDA-approved breeders.
according to September statement from the US Department of Justice, Daniel Zingerich, has been accused of exposing dogs to “serious danger” for at least 100 animal welfare law violations in six months.
He has also been accused of hiding a sick dog from an inspector.
“In one recent test, APHIS inspectors observed a heavily diminished golden retriever, a dog with untreated and painful eyes, and an unresponsive puppy that died soon,” DOJ said. The statement states.
according to USA Today, 514 dogs were not provided by Gingerich with “appropriate veterinary care, adequate amounts of nutritious food, drinking water, safe and hygienic housing”.
A federal judge reportedly banned Zingerich permanently on Tuesday, and he had to hand over the dog to the Iowa Animal Rescue Federation.
ASPCA Said On October 14, they began rescue of animals by removing at least 30 of the animals in acute medical distress.
Since then, more than 200 additional animals have been rescued, ASPCA said.
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