Case Study

In Your Own Back Yard: Puppy Mill That You Didn’t Think Was There.
June 23, 2021 – 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (EDT) – Virtual

This case study goes over a case that occurred in Cherokee County Georgia in 2014. It goes over the investigation an eventual seizure of over 350 animals for a breeding operation after an neighboring jurisdiction received a complaint. The case took around five months from the time the call came in, investigation to eventually large scale seizure of the animal, charges to the owner and getting to adopt out the animals two months after the seizure.  Presented by Nichalas Liddle

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Online bookings are not available for this class.