Little Rascals Puppy Farm in Lincolnshire raided at long last
Little Rascals based in Brant Broughton, Lincolnshire was raided on Tuesday morning, 13th of November by Lincolnshire Police Special Constabulary, RSPCA (England & Wales) and the Dogs Trust in attendance.
94 dogs have been removed from the premises and are now in the care of the RSPCA, it is not known if any dogs were left at the property at this time.
This has been the result of a long standing campaign led by Puppy Love Campaigns who gathered lots of evidence from customers of Little Rascals over the months showing the horrific conditions that the animals were kept in which they then passed on to the RSPCA.
Little Rascals renamed
Little Rascals were forced into liquidation by the HM Revenue and Customs and were ordered to close down their business and a winding up order was issued on the 10th of October 2018.
They have now renamed their business to Puppies at Home Limited, with 2 of the Directors that were part of Little Rascals. They claim to be the ‘Biggest and best dog breeders in the East Midlands’. Different name, same puppy farm.
North Keasteven District Council are said to have not renewed the license for breeding at this establishment. This means that the business must close.
Thank you Puppy Love Campaigns
Let us just hope this just the start of more to come. Remember, this has only happened because they have been reported by so many people by people and the gathering of evidence by Puppy Love Campaigns which has taken many years to compile.
ChancePixies Dog Rescue previously took their campaign against Little Rascals to high court following a long, difficult legal battle to overturn North Kesteven Council’s decision to issue a breeding license. At the time of the hearing in 2017 Little Rascals had 368 dogs on the premises. The high court ruled in favour of the council which meant the puppy farm was free to continue causing immense suffering to the breeding dogs they had in their care.