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Worthing illegal puppy trader given fine and disqualified from dealing in animals

Jason Cramb trading as XL Fully Loved Bullys, aged 31, of Littlehampton Road, Ferring appeared at Brighton Magistrates’ Court on Friday 2nd July 2021 facing offences under the Animal Welfare Act 2006 and Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2018.

The court heard how Mr Cramb was running a business of selling XL American Bully puppies. Mr Cramb said that he had made a net profit of £12,000 from the breeding and sale of puppies.

  • Worthing illegal puppy trader given fine and disqualified from dealing in animals

    Jason Cramb trading as XL Fully Loved Bullys, aged 31, of Littlehampton Road, Ferring appeared at Brighton Magistrates’ Court on Friday 2nd July 2021 facing offences under the Animal Welfare Act 2006 and Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2018.

    The court heard how Mr Cramb was running a business of selling XL American Bully puppies. Mr Cramb said that he had made a net profit of £12,000 from the breeding and sale of puppies.

  • Burton woman sentenced following illegal puppy sales

    Joanne Marie Goddard, aged 33, of Cumberland Road, Stapenhill, Burton Upon Trent, appeared at Cannock Magistrates' Court today facing offences under the Animal Welfare Act 2006 and Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2018.

    The proceedings were brought by Animal Protection Services, a registered charity that investigates and prosecutes organised animal cruelty. The prosecution follows intelligence-led investigations into the unlicensed sale of puppies in the Staffordshire area.

  • Telford illegal puppy dealer fined and disqualified from dealing in animals

    An illegal puppy dealer from Admaston has been fined and disqualified from dealing in animals for 12 months following an investigation into the unlicensed sale of puppies in the Telford area.

    Sophie Massey, aged 23, attended Telford Magistrates’ Court on Monday having been charged with offences under the Animal Welfare (Licensing of Activities Involving Animals) (England) Regulations 2018.

  • Leonard Greenough fined for selling puppies online without licence

    A Salisbury gardener who sold puppies online has been fined.

    Animal Protection Services, which brought a private prosecution against Leonard Greenough, said the “designer” dogs the 38-year-old sold on website Pets for Homes would have been worth around £16,700.

  • Illegal Kingswinford dog breeder fined

    A WOMAN from Kingswinford has been fined after pleading guilty to animal welfare offences.

    Stacey Skeet of Blaze Park was fined a total of £720 and disqualified from dealing dogs for three years.

    She was also ordered to pay a contribution of £500 towards investigation costs.

  • Kidderminster woman sentenced for illegal puppy breeding

    A WOMAN has been fined after an undercover investigation discovered she was selling puppies illegally from her Kidderminster home.

    Violet Smith, of Wilton Avenue, appeared at Dudley Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, April 14, charged with offences under the Animal Welfare Regulations Act and the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations.

  • Woman who ran illegal puppy selling operation spared jail

     

    A puppy farmer hoped to make a profit from selling a sick dog which died soon afterwards.

    Chloe Robinson sold the pug puppy, called Doug, to an unsuspecting customer for £1,200.

    Robinson, of Mansell Road, Kensington, had advertised puppies for sale on two websites and stood to have gained £12,000 in all from her activities.

    But the purchaser complained to the charity, Animal Protection Services, after the puppy died within hours of being collected.

    The vets were unable to do anything to save the dog, which had to be put to sleep to prevent further pain and suffering.