Demand Justice for Dogs Rescued from Alleged Illegal Puppy Mill

Target: Aaron D. Ford, Attorney General of Nevada

Goal: Investigate and prosecute individuals allegedly involved in illegal puppy mills, and enforce stricter animal welfare regulations.

A recent police operation in Las Vegas led to the discovery of an alleged illegal puppy mill in an unincorporated part of Clark County. Henderson Police, while executing a search warrant on an unrelated matter, reportedly found dozens of French Bulldogs in poor conditions at a residence on Lincoln Road. The suspects, Yankiel Gonzalez and Roberto Gonzalez-Fleites, were arrested on several drug-related charges.

Upon further investigation, officers reportedly found dozens of dogs in distress, leading to the involvement of Clark County animal protection services. The Animal Foundation took in all 39 dogs, including four pregnant ones and a mother with newborn puppies. The dogs were provided with necessary medical exams and temporary housing to ensure their safety.

This incident highlights the urgent need for stricter enforcement of animal welfare laws. Prevent future abuse and ensure the welfare of these animals.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear AG Ford,

A recent police operation in Las Vegas uncovered an alleged illegal puppy mill in an unincorporated part of Clark County. Henderson Police, while executing a search warrant on an unrelated matter, reportedly found dozens of French Bulldogs in poor conditions at a residence on Lincoln Road. The suspects, Yankiel Gonzalez and Roberto Gonzalez-Fleites, were arrested on several drug-related charges.

Upon further investigation, officers reportedly found dozens of dogs in distress, leading to the involvement of Clark County animal protection services. The Animal Foundation took in all 39 dogs, including four pregnant ones and a mother with newborn puppies. These dogs were provided with necessary medical exams and temporary housing to ensure their safety.

We urge you to investigate and prosecute individuals allegedly involved in illegal puppy mills and enforce stricter animal welfare regulations. Immediate legal action is necessary to prevent future abuse and ensure the welfare of these animals.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Ștefan Jurcă


One Comment

  1. Jaime Perez says:

    Puppy mills need to be done away with and the owners sent to prison for a very long time!! Puppy mill owners are nothing but lazy, worthless no good pos monsters who get profit off the suffering of innocent dogs.

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