Liverpool news Woman who ran illegal puppy selling operation spared jail PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Chloe Robinson was tagged and banned from keeping dogs

Liverpool news Woman who ran illegal puppy selling operation spared jail PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Chloe Robinson was tagged and banned from keeping dogs

Liverpool news  Woman who ran illegal puppy selling operation spared jail PremierLeague-News.Com
22 February 2021 - 17:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! 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. Today Robinson, 26, appeared at Liverpool magistrates' court after she admitted operating a business selling puppies without a licence in Birkenhead. Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what's on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up here . James Parry, prosecuting, told the court that Animal Protection Services had discovered that Robinson had advertised three litters of puppies on two websites and stood to have gained £12,000 from her activities.

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. Robinson told the court she was on benefits and had never worked but she had not repaid the money and could not recall what she had spent it on. The sick Pug puppy, named Doug, sadly died soon after purchase (Image: Animal Protection Services) Christopher McMaster, defending, told the court that he didn’t think that compensation in this case was relevant because "commercial deals go wrong." District Judge James Clarke sentenced Robinson to a 12-month community order, with an electronically monitored curfew lasting eight weeks. She was also ordered to repay the £1,200 purchase price and the costs of the veterinary treatment. Find your nearest vaccination centre by entering your postcode below In addition, Robinson was banned from keeping and dealing in dogs for three years. A spokesman for Animal Protection Services said after sentencing: “We are committed to ending the illegal trade in puppies which causes so much unnecessary suffering to puppies and their families. This was the worst case we have successfully prosecuted to date”.

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