Kentucky: Don't Let Animal Abusers Run Puppy Mills!

Puppy mill owner Dennis Bradley was charged with animal cruelty earlier this year following a raid on his home. Videos taken during the raid show some of his dogs close to death, and two had to be put down. Despite this incident, Bradley is still running his puppy mill business, Dream Catcher Kennels.

Undercover video taken by the Humane Society shows six wet, shivering schnauzer puppies with matted fur crowded together in one wire cage with their mom. Bradley is asking $250-$300 per pup to remove them from these conditions. In all, Bradley has 58 dogs on his property, a dozen or more less than two months old. Most of the dogs live in rusty wire cages, lying in their own filth. Bradley clearly lacks sympathy for these dogs and is only running Dream Catcher Kennels for the money. Unfortunately, the county says they don't have the funds to control the problem.

Puppy mills like Bradley's obviously hurt animals, but they cause problems for greater society, too. Sick pups reared in such conditions can cost buyers thousands in vet bills, and sick and dying animals are especially disturbing for children who receive them as gifts. Please sign the petition to convince Kentucky legislators to stop past offenders from running puppy mills!

Dear Kentucky Legislators,


Pulaski County's Dennis Bradley was charged with animal cruelty earlier this year following a raid on his home. Videos taken during the raid show some of his dogs close to death, and two had to be put down. Despite this incident, Bradley is still running his puppy mill business, Dream Catcher Kennels.


Undercover video taken by the Humane Society shows six wet, shivering schnauzer puppies with matted fur crowded together in one wire cage with their mom. Bradley is asking $250-$300 per pup to remove them from these conditions. In all, Bradley has 58 dogs on his property, a dozen or more less than two months old. Most of the dogs live in rusty wire cages, lying in their own filth. Bradley clearly lacks sympathy for these dogs and is only running Dream Catcher Kennels for the money. Unfortunately, the county says they don't have the funds to control the problem.


Puppy mills like Bradley's obviously hurt animals, but they cause problems for greater society, too. Sick pups reared in such conditions can cost buyers thousands in vet bills, and sick and dying animals are especially disturbing for children who receive them as gifts. We respectfully urge you to create and enforce legislation that would prevent past offenders from running breeding operations. Thank you for taking the time to read and consider our petition.


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