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Phelps County Labrador Dog Breeder Facing Numerous Judgements

All News RSS Feed Crime Front Page News State News Friday, January 12th, 2024

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey’s office lowers the boom against a Phelps County business owner by obtaining a court judgement for violating state standards for licensed commercial dog breeders. 

In the judgement, the court ruled that Sandra Kozlowski operating Sho-Me Labradors defied a previous consent judgement issued in May-2020 for failure to comply with state law.

The violations included: keeping too many dogs, letting her breeder’s license lapse and failing to provide the dogs with fresh water or access to the outdoors. 

Kozlowski was also ordered to pay $5,000.00 of suspended penalties from the original judgement.

A total of 96 dogs were seized and taken to St. Louis for evaluation with the remaining ten dogs to transferred to the Humane Society of Missouri.

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Reporter Bill Robbins