One more down
Thanks to a dedicated effort by the ASPCA and other animal rights organizations, Lambriar, Inc, one of the largest puppy brokers in the United States, has closed shop. While the Kansas-based business was not a puppy mill in itself, it brokered sales of thousands of puppies each year between mills and pet stores nationwide, and had been cited by the USDA in 2008 for keeping unhealthy animals in its facility. Lambriar owner Roger Lambert cited “increasing rules and regulations and increased pressure from animal rights activists” as reasons for folding the business. For more information on eradicating puppy mills visit NoPetStorePuppies.com.