NANCY, Ky. (WKYT) - The ASPCA helped the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office and the Pulaski County Attorney's office rescue dogs from a puppy mill on Tuesday. The dogs were taken from Dream Catcher Kennels in Nancy.
The dogs range from Chihuahuas to bloodhounds. The ASPCA the animals were found living filthy and deplorable conditions. We're told many have untreated medical issues and were found living with little or no shelter in below freezing temperatures.
The owner and operator of Dream Catcher Kennels, Dennis Bradley, will appear in Pulaski District Court on January 22. The ASPCA says he's expected to enter a guilty plea to animal cruelty charges. The organization says he was charged earlier this year after local authorities received numerous complaints about the conditions of the kennel. He is expected to receive six months in jail that will be probated for 24 months. He will not be allowed to operate a kennel or breeding operation during that time.
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