Colorado Pet Store/ Puppy Mill Connection

CVI DATA

©Bailing Out Benji 2020
All research and information was done by the volunteer team at Bailing Out Benji  and must be cited as such when shared or quoted!
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“We don’t buy from puppy mills.”

“All of our puppies come from small, local breeders.”

“We visit every breeder we buy from.”

We have all heard these sentences come from the mouths of pet store owners and their employees. They paint this beautiful picture of puppies running by a pond and parents frolicking in the fresh, green grass… Sadly, 99% of the time that is a bold faced lie. The pet store owners know it, the employees might know it- but the customer is completely in the dark.

This is why we are here.

 

Bailing Out Benji is a small nonprofit that started in Ames, Iowa and now has volunteer teams all over the country who are dedicated to raising awareness about the puppy mill industry.

Volunteers from Bailing Out Benji devote their free time to researching puppy mills to create puppy mill maps for the worst states, as well as raise awareness about notorious pet stores and breeding operations with huge violations. This includes obtaining CVI data (Certificates of Veterinary Inspections) and making those reports public. To learn more about the puppy mills in your location, you can also go to our interactive website and search engine

NOTE:

-Before an animal is transported out of state, a veterinarian, accredited by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), must examine the animal for signs of “infectious, contagious or communicable disease” and, if no disease is found, sign the certificate for approval to transport.

To make this easier, we will be breaking our research down alphabetically by each pet store and connecting them to the various facilities they use. All of this information has come from the Department of Agriculture and the USDA.

All of the breeders listed as associated with the pet stores sold puppies or kittens to them in the years 2020, 2019 and 2018. 

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*Please note* We do not receive documents about the Colorado breeders these stores source from, since CVIs are not needed unless animals cross state lines. If you bought a puppy from a Colorado pet store and want to know more about its origins, please fill out the form below. 

We are a small nonprofit organization that makes big changes with very few resources. Our research is used by the leading animal welfare organizations across the country, because what we do is so unique and important.  To make a one time donation or to sign up to be a sustaining supporter to allow us to continue our various programs that expose the puppy mill industry, click the donate button below.

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Aquatic Dog- 7429 East Iliff Ave, Denver Colorado

  1. Becky and Sam Mosshart, SBM Kennels. Protection, Kansas-  106 adult breeding dogs (down from 357), 103 puppies . Mosshart is an opponent of a new Kansas law regulating rescues and breeders. She doesn’t want surprise inspections. She also has a long list of previous violations including:  Dogs standing on hard wire flooring, standing water in outdoor kennels (spilled), excessive flies, kennels so rusted there are holes, beetles crawling through food dishes, food bowls have excessive grime/oil buildup, fogs couldn’t access food and water without walking through excessive feces. 
  2. Brian Warren, Crittersville Enterprises LLC.  Culbertson, Nebraska- Large scale dog broker out of Nebraska. To view the puppy mills they buy from, click here. 
  3. Angie and Casey Schaff, Nebraskaland Pets AKA Big Red Country Kennel. Atkinson, Nebraska- 60 adult breeding dogs (down from 202 adult breeding dogs).

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Classy Pets- 7057 W. Pineview Drive Littleton CO  80125

  1. Devaron and Robert Zimmerman, Zimmor Kennel. Sterling, Kansas- 74 adult breeding dogs.
  2. Ann Allison, Rockin A Kennel. Tulon (Langon),  Kansas- 36 adult breeding dogs. 

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FuzzyPups! – 1979 Carlson Road, Parker CO  80138

  1. Clem Disterhaupt, Stuart Nebraska- 66 adult breeding dogs, 61 puppies. 

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Just Pets- 8874 Maximum Dr, Lone Tree, Colorado;

 2154 East Commons Ave, Centennial, Colorado

  1. Sharon Monk, BJ’s & Guys. Menlo, Kansas- 580 adult breeding dogs (down from 759 adults) and 383 puppies.  Not only are they a very large scale puppy mill, but they have a history of violations including too many dogs in cages, and structurally unsound cages. They were also named one of the worst puppy mills in the entire country .
  2. Lorilee Thomas, Puppies Extraordinaire. Whiting, Kansas- 659 adult breeding dogs and 379 puppies with a history of violations including: dogs with hair loss, wires poking into kennels, excessively long toe nails, evidence of mice, etc.   
  3. Angie and Casey Schaff, Nebraskaland Pets AKA Big Red Country Kennel. Atkinson, Nebraska- 60 adult breeding dogs (down from 202 adult breeding dogs).
  4. Devaron and Robert Zimmerman, Zimmor Kennel. Sterling, Kansas- 75 adult breeding dogs, 45 puppies. 
  5. Becky and Sam Mosshart, SBM Kennels. Protection, Kansas-  106 adult breeding dogs (down from 357), 103 puppies . Mosshart is an opponent of a new Kansas law regulating rescues and breeders. She doesn’t want surprise inspections. She also has a long list of previous violations including:  Dogs standing on hard wire flooring, standing water in outdoor kennels (spilled), excessive flies, kennels so rusted there are holes, beetles crawling through food dishes, food bowls have excessive grime/oil buildup, fogs couldn’t access food and water without walking through excessive feces. 
  6. Sharon Curless, English Sage LLC (AKA Ruff Pine Kennel). Pine Buffs, Wyoming- has been named one of the worst puppy mills in the country for failing to provide veterinary care to sick and injured dogs. Curless also received an official USDA warning due to her violations. English Sage is no longer USDA licensed. 

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Perfect Pets- 6840 S University Blvd, Centennial, Colorado

  1. Becky and Sam Mosshart, SBM Kennels. Protection, Kansas-  106 adult breeding dogs (down from 357), 103 puppies . Mosshart is an opponent of a new Kansas law regulating rescues and breeders. She doesn’t want surprise inspections. She also has a long list of previous violations including:  Dogs standing on hard wire flooring, standing water in outdoor kennels (spilled), excessive flies, kennels so rusted there are holes, beetles crawling through food dishes, food bowls have excessive grime/oil buildup, fogs couldn’t access food and water without walking through excessive feces. 
  2. Angie and Casey Schaff, Nebraskaland Pets AKA Big Red Country Kennel. Atkinson, Nebraska- 60 adult breeding dogs (down from 202 adult breeding dogs).
  3. Jeanna and William Johnston, Coalgate Oklahoma- 20 adult breeding dogs, 16 puppies.
  4. Larry and Anastasia Naillieux, Concordia Kansas- unable to access records. Was USDA licensed but cancelled after violations. 

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Pet City Baja Citadel- 750 Citadel Dr, Colorado Springs, Colorado

  1. Levi Graber, Blue Ribbon Puppies. Odon,  Indiana– 308 puppies. This puppy mill was also named one of the worst in the nation due to a huge campylobacter outbreak in Petland stores. Campylobacter is a zoonotic diseases that passes from puppies to humans. 
  2. Melvin Miller, Windy Knoll Kennel. Cincinnati, Iowa- 37 adult breeding dogs and 35 puppies. 
  3. Levi Yoder, Oak Ridge Kennel LLC. Seymour, Iowa- 55 adult breeding dogs and 28 puppies
  4. Erwin J Yoder, Yoder Kennel. Bloomfield, Iowa- 39 adult breeding dogs, 17 puppies. 
  5. Wilbur Nisley. Bloomfield, Iowa- unlicensed breeder. 
  6. Velma and Steven Kurtz. Jamesport, Missouri- 16 adult breeding dogs, 29 puppies. 
  7. Daniel Yoder, Yoder Kennel. Princeton, Missouri- 159 adult breeding dogs, 90 puppies.
  8. Vernon Bontrager, Grand Valley Kennels. Markesan, Wisconsin- 51 adult breeding dogs and 14 puppies. 
  9. David Troyer, Breezy Crest Kennels. Bloomfield, Iowa- 54 adult breeding dogs, 34 puppies. 
  10. Ammon Zimmerman, Paradise Valley Acres. Stitzer, Wisconsin- 70 adult breeding dogs, 22 puppies. 
  11. Betty S Fetters, Fetters Furry Friends. Novinger, Missouri- 123 adult breeding dogs, 78 puppies.
  12. Jim Foster. Shelbina, Missouri- does not hold a USDA license. 
  13. Raymond and Rhonda Miller. Coalgate, Oklahoma- holds a USDA license but unable to see reports. 
  14. Wilbur Bontrager. Dalton, Wisconsin- 24 adult breeding dogs.
  15. Toby F Detweiler, Hidden Hollow Kennels. Saint Charles, Minnesota- 40 adult breeding dogs, 20 puppies. 
  16. Lewis Bloom, Blooms Kennels.  Clay Center, Kansas- 55 adult breeding dogs, 41 puppies. 
  17. Vernon Troyer, Shadow Valley LLC. Bloomfield, Iowa- 93 adult breeding dogs, 45 puppies
  18. Edwin Stutzman, Walnut Ridge Kennel. Corydon, Iowa- 65 adult breeding dogs, 12 puppies. 
  19. James E and Sarah Yoder, Taylor Ridge Kennels. Bloomfield, Iowa- 63 adult breeding dogs with a history of violations including: using expired medications and having a severe fly problem in their kennels. They operate under two separate licenses. 
  20. Marvin Nisley. Seymour, Iowa- 64 adult breeding dogs, 34 puppies. 
  21. Harley Yoder,. Chariton, Iowa- 40 adult breeding dogs, 40 puppies. 
  22. Duane Schlabach , Joseph and Leroy Detweiler; Cedar View Kennel AKA Sunset Ridge. Princeton, Missouri- 31 adult breeding dogs, 39 puppies.
  23. Reuben Yutzy, Little Paw Kennels. Jamesport, Missouri- 47 adult breeding dogs, 47 puppies.
  24. Leon and Esther Troyer. Jamesport, Missouri- 66 adult breeding dogs, 15 puppies.
  25. Mahlon Yoder. Jamesport, Missouri- is not USDA licensed. 
  26. Amos Yoder, Skyline View LLC. Saint Charles, Minnesota- 91 adult breeding dogs, 72 puppies. 
  27. Leroy D Yoder, Pleasant View LLC. Utica, Minnesota- 64 adult breeding dogs, 42 puppies. 
  28. Marvin and Rosemary Mullet, Clover Ridge Kennel LLC. Corydon, Iowa- 96 adult breeding dogs, 36 puppies.
  29. David F Lee. Cincinnati, Iowa- 88 adult breeding dogs, 26 puppies. 

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Pet City Chapel Hills- 1710 Briargate Blvd, Colorado Springs, Colorado

  1. Melvin Miller, Windy Knoll Kennel. Cincinnati, Iowa- 37 adult breeding dogs and 35 puppies. 
  2. Levi Yoder, Oak Ridge Kennel LLC. Seymour, Iowa- 55 adult breeding dogs and 28 puppies
  3. Erwin J Yoder, Yoder Kennel. Bloomfield, Iowa- 39 adult breeding dogs, 17 puppies. 
  4. Wilbur Nisley. Bloomfield, Iowa- unlicensed breeder. 
  5. Velma and Steven Kurtz. Jamesport, Missouri- 16 adult breeding dogs, 29 puppies. 
  6. Daniel Yoder, Yoder Kennel. Princeton, Missouri- 159 adult breeding dogs, 90 puppies.
  7. Levi Graber, Blue Ribbon Puppies. Odon,  Indiana– 308 puppies. This puppy mill was also named one of the worst in the nation due to a huge campylobacter outbreak in Petland stores. Campylobacter is a zoonotic diseases that passes from puppies to humans. 
  8. Ammon Zimmerman, Paradise Valley Acres. Stitzer, Wisconsin- 70 adult breeding dogs, 22 puppies. 
  9. Betty S Fetters, Fetters Furry Friends. Novinger, Missouri- 123 adult breeding dogs, 78 puppies.
  10. David and Anna Nisley, Ceder Grove Kennels. Drakesville, Iowa- 22 adult breeding dogs, 33 puppies. 
  11. Ura Troyer, Countryside Kennel. Bethany, Missouri- 106 adult breeding dogs, 69 puppies.
  12. Leroy D Yoder, Pleasant View LLC. Utica, Minnesota- 64 adult breeding dogs, 42 puppies. 
  13. Lorilee Thomas, Puppies Extraordinaire. Whiting, Kansas- 659 adult breeding dogs and 379 puppies with a history of violations including: dogs with hair loss, wires poking into kennels, excessively long toe nails, evidence of mice, etc.   
  14. Amos Yoder, Skyline View LLC. Saint Charles, Minnesota- 91 adult breeding dogs, 72 puppies. 
  15. Levi and Esther D Schlabach, That’ll Do Kennel. Seymour, Iowa- 19 dogs, 21 puppies. 
  16. Larry Yoder, Triple Y Kennels LLC. Bloomfield, Iowa- 30 dogs, 48 puppies. 
  17. David Troyer, Breezy Crest Kennels. Bloomfield, Iowa- 54 adult breeding dogs, 34 puppies. 
  18. David F Lee. Cincinnati, Iowa- 88 adult breeding dogs, 26 puppies. 
  19. Samuel and Clara Mast, Howling Hill Kennels. Bloomfield, Iowa- 16 adult breeding dogs, 33 puppies. 
  20. Melvin G Yoder. Seymour, Iowa- 46 adult breeding dogs, 22 puppies.
  21. Chris Gingerich, Falcon Acres. Jamesport, Missouri- 12 adult breeding dogs, 17 puppies. 
  22. Devon Schlabach, Honey Locust Kennel. Princeton, Missouri- 41 adult breeding dogs, 18 puppies.
  23. Lewis Bloom, Blooms Kennels.  Clay Center, Kansas- 55 adult breeding dogs, 41 puppies. 
  24. Harley Yoder. Chariton, Iowa- 40 adult breeding dogs, 40 puppies. 
  25. Stephen Schrock, Shady Lawn Kennels. Bloomfield, Iowa- 36 adult breeding dogs, 23 puppies. 
  26. Harvey L Byler. Seymour, Iowa- unlicensed facility. 
  27. Melvin Nisley. Seymour, Iowa- 41 adult breeding dogs, 53 puppies. 
  28. Crystal Howard. Sterling, Kansas- 50 adult breeding dogs, 31 puppies. 
  29. Toby F Detweiler, Hidden Hollow Kennels. Saint Charles, Minnesota- 40 adult breeding dogs, 20 puppies. 
  30. John Henry Miller. Utica, Minnesota- 45 adult breeding dogs, 17 puppies. 
  31. Henry Yoder. Utica, Minnesota- 48 adult breeding dogs, 16 puppies. 
  32. Pam Wilson, Gallatin Missouri-  39 adult breeding dogs, 8 puppies. Wilson has skipped her last two USDA inspections. Wilson runs one of the worst puppy mills in the entire country twice and has a history of violations including: issues with unsafe housing, inadequate cleaning, unsafe animal handling,  lack of proper veterinary care and the breeder admitting to using cattle prods on the dogs. 
  33. Mose Slabaugh. Spickard, Missouri- does not hold a USDA license.
  34. Rhoda and Stephen Detweiler, Timberline Kennel. Princeton, Missouri- 50 adult breeding dogs, 29 puppies.
  35. Toby Hershberger. Spickard, Missouri- does not hold a USDA license. 
  36. Devon Longenecker, Midwest Kennel. Quinter, Kansas- 11 adult breeding dogs. Has cancelled USDA license. 
  37. Samuel L Beiler. Platteville, Wisconsin- 36 adult breeding dogs, 42 puppies. 
  38. Mattie O and Perry J Bontrager, Cedar Hill Kennel. Dalton, Wisconsin- 77 adult breeding dogs, 21 puppies. 
  39. David D Yoder Jr., Utica Minnesota- 32 adult breeding dogs. HOWEVER. David Yoder Senior (Windy Acres Kennels) recently cancelled his USDA license that was on the same property. David Yoder Senior had several violations including: so much feces in kennels the dogs couldn’t walk without stepping in it (this included kennels with moms and puppies), no exercise plan for the dogs in the kennels, dogs with missing ears (and no vet care), and notes of dogs dying in dog fights. David Yoder Jr is breeding the same dogs, in the same kennels at the same address. 

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Pet City Fort Collins- 3663 S College Ave, Fort Collins, Colorado

  1. Becky and Sam Mosshart, SBM Kennels. Protection, Kansas-  106 adult breeding dogs (down from 357), 103 puppies . Mosshart is an opponent of a new Kansas law regulating rescues and breeders. She doesn’t want surprise inspections. She also has a long list of previous violations including:  Dogs standing on hard wire flooring, standing water in outdoor kennels (spilled), excessive flies, kennels so rusted there are holes, beetles crawling through food dishes, food bowls have excessive grime/oil buildup, fogs couldn’t access food and water without walking through excessive feces. 
  2. Brian Warren, Crittersville Enterprises LLC.  Culbertson, Nebraska- Large scale dog broker out of Nebraska. To view the puppy mills they buy from, click here. 
  3. Sharon Curless, English Sage LLC (AKA Ruff Pine Kennel). Pine Buffs, Wyoming- has been named one of the worst puppy mills in the country for failing to provide veterinary care to sick and injured dogs. Curless also received an official USDA warning due to her violations. English Sage is no longer USDA licensed. 
  4. Rebecca Eiler, Creekside Kennel. Oberlin, Kansas- 357 adult breeding dogs and 206 puppies on the premises. Eiler also runs a puppy mill in Nebraska that was named one of the worst puppy mills in the country. 

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Pet Paradise -115 Pueblo Blvd way, Pueblo Colorado

  1. Becky and Sam Mosshart, SBM Kennels. Protection, Kansas-  106 adult breeding dogs (down from 357), 103 puppies . Mosshart is an opponent of a new Kansas law regulating rescues and breeders. She doesn’t want surprise inspections. She also has a long list of previous violations including:  Dogs standing on hard wire flooring, standing water in outdoor kennels (spilled), excessive flies, kennels so rusted there are holes, beetles crawling through food dishes, food bowls have excessive grime/oil buildup, fogs couldn’t access food and water without walking through excessive feces. 
  2. Brian Warren, Crittersville Enterprises LLC.  Culbertson, Nebraska- Large scale dog broker out of Nebraska. To view the puppy mills they buy from, click here. 
  3. Jeanna and William Johnston, Coalgate Oklahoma- 20 adult breeding dogs, 16 puppies.

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Pet Ranch -3823 E 120th Ave, Thornton, Colorado

  1. Angie and Casey Schaff, Nebraskaland Pets AKA Big Red Country Kennel. Atkinson, Nebraska- 60 adult breeding dogs (down from 202 adult breeding dogs).
  2. Brian Warren, Crittersville Enterprises LLC.  Culbertson, Nebraska- Large scale dog broker out of Nebraska. To view the puppy mills they buy from, click here. 

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Valley Pets -6380 Hwy 85, Fountain Colorado

  1. Becky Busboom, Dannebrog, Nebraska- Dog Broker.To view which puppy mills Busboom buys from, click here
  2. Julie Johnson, Quenjewel. Murray, Iowa- 29 adult breeding dogs with a history of violations including: Sharp points poking into kennels, rusty kennels, chewed wood, excessive amount of feces, constantly missing inspections.
  3. Allen Beukelman. Sioux City, Iowa- 14 adult breeding dogs. 

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STORES BELOW THIS LINE HAVE CLOSED

We have kept a list of the breeders they have sourced from in case previous customers are curious. 

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Pet City Aurora- 14200 E Alameda Ave, Aurora, Colorado- CLOSED

This store has closed after being investigated for delinquent tax payments

  1. Angie and Casey Schaff, Nebraskaland Pets AKA Big Red Country Kennel. Atkinson, Nebraska- 60 adult breeding dogs (down from 202 adult breeding dogs).
  2. Becky Busboom, Dannebrog, Nebraska. Dog Broker. To view which puppy mills Busboom buys from,click here
  3. Maria Stille, Bellflower Missouri- 126 adult breeding dogs, 52 puppies
  4. Nathan A Carroz, Willow LLC. Montgomery City,  Missouri- 53 adult breeding dogs and 288 puppies. 
  5. Rebecca Eiler, Creekside Kennel. Oberlin, Kansas- 357 adult breeding dogs and 206 puppies on the premises. Eiler also runs a puppy mill in Nebraska that was named one of the worst puppy mills in the country. 
  6. Crystal Howard, Sterling Kansas- 50 adult breeding dogs, 31 puppies. 

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Puppies N Stuff – 1400 W 104th Ave, Northglenn, Colorado (Old location) . 12020 Melody Dr, Westminster, Colorado (Newer Location)- CLOSED

This store closed after being investigated for a disease outbreak.

  1. Darcy and William Smith, Sparks Kennel. Bennington Kansas- Broker that sells puppies to pet stores all over the country. 
  2. Becky Busboom, Dannebrog, Nebraska- Dog Broker. To view which puppy mills Busboom buys from, click here
  3. Milton Lewis, Rock Hill Dog Ranch. Newport, Nebraska- 98 adult breeding dogs and 68 puppies. This facility was named one of the worst puppy mills in the nation in 2018 due to their severe violations. 
  4. Julie Johnson, Quenjewel. Murray, Iowa- 29 adult breeding dogs with a history of violations including: Sharp points poking into kennels, rusty kennels, chewed wood, excessive amount of feces, constantly missing inspections.
  5. AG Beukelman, J Michaels Kennels. Sioux Center, Iowa- 100 adult breeding dogs, with a history of violations including: excessively rusted cages, wires broken and poking into kennels, build up of dirt/grime, excessively chewed bowls, dogs withuntreated eye problems, and dead mice found floating in dogs’ drinking water. Although Beukelman is a veterinarian himself, he is known as one of the worst puppy mills in the country. 
  6. Judy and Steve Thiesse, TZ Kennel. Mitchell, South Dakota- 27 adult breeding dogs with a history of violations including: Rusted wire and tin poking into dog kennels and run areas. 
  7. Laurel and Barbara Gilbertson, Broken Bow Nebraska- Currently has 3 dogs on the property. This facility cancelled their USDA license, but remains state licensed. This came after the Gilbertsons were named one of the worst puppy mills in the country because of their severe violations and received an official warning from the USDA. 
  8. Norma Jean Harders, Golden Rod Kennels.  Boelus, Nebraska- 27 adult breeding dogs and a history of violations including sick dogs, and using expired medications. Harders was also named one of the worst puppy mills in the nation. Harders also cancelled their USDA license and only remains state licensed. 
  9. Bill and Penny Fattig, B&P Companions. Gothenburg, Nebraska- 101 adult breeding dogs, 61 puppies.
  10. Kenneth Roth. Dorchester, Nebraska- 10 adult breeding dogs, 6 puppies. 
  11. Sara Johnson, Dae Shaw Dogs. Brule, Nebraska- 26 adult breeding dogs, 17 puppies. 
  12. Kyle Aufdengarten, Aufdengarten Kennels. Brule, Nebraska- 9 adult breeding dogs, 11 puppies. 
  13. Confirmed Unlicensed Nebraska Breeders:  Grant Bukler (Seward),  Jim Smith (Gothenburg), Jerry Cox (Gothenburg), Tiffany Richards ( Broadwater)Steve Hallgren  (Funk) , Chris and Vivian Beckler (Seward), Jace Glanz (Lodgepole), Russell Kent (Elm Creek),  Brandon and Barbara Davis (Grand Island); Doug Tyma  (Libory), Dyle Burton (McCook)  Kim Smith (Kearney) Tyrel Hite (Cozad), Don Walker (Arthur) , Kenneth Rivera (North Platte) , Penny Crane (Lexington), Tori Hurst (Sidney), 
  14. Olga Lopez, Ulysses Kansas- not USDA licensed. 
  15. Megan Baker, Manter Kansas- not USDA licensed. 
  16. Greg Gerard, Johnson City Kansas- not USDA licensed. 
  17. Dee Maiers, Lagrange Wyoming- not USDA licensed. 
  18. Nancy Adams, Cheyenne Wyoming- not USDA licensed. 
  19. Gary Galegos, Ranchos De Taos , New Mexico- not USDA licensed. 
  20. Joseg LeRoux, Forgan Oklahoma- not USDA licensed. 
  21. Joseph Bailey, Judsonia Arkansas- not USDA licensed. 

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Sophia’s Pet Paradise -1373 Forest Park Circle, Lafayette, Colorado – CLOSED

  1. Brian Warren, Crittersville Enterprises LLC.  Culbertson, Nebraska- Large scale dog broker out of Nebraska. To view the puppy mills they buy from, click here. 

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Town & Country Pet Center- 130 S Cleveland Ave, Loveland, Colorado- CLOSED

  1. Brian Warren, Crittersville Enterprises LLC.  Culbertson, Nebraska- Large scale dog broker out of Nebraska. To view the puppy mills they buy from, click here. 

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*Please note* We do not receive documents about the Missouri breeders these stores source from, since CVIs are not needed unless animals cross state lines. If you bought a puppy from a Missouri pet store and want to know more about its origins, please fill out the form below.  

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©Bailing Out Benji 2020

All research and information was done by the volunteer team at Bailing Out Benji and must be cited as such when shared or quoted.

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