Blue Ribbon Puppies, LLC, Odon, IN, 32-B-0233

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These USDA licenses are called “T” licensees, meaning transport. These mobile kennels are equipped with on board heating and air conditioning to make the ride comfortable for both humans and puppies. The technology in the mobile kennel is similar to the ones in the Breeding kennel and brokers kennel. The mobile kennel will have automatic feeders and water’s and have a built in wash out, that washes all of the puppies messes into a onboard waste tank, so there is no smell and no mess. The mobile kennel is driven by a CDL licensed driver and a Vet tech is on board to provide everything the puppies need during their trip, which is basically 24/7 room service.

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What is a USDA license?
A USDA license is issues by the United States Department Of Agriculture which is a federal agency. Holding a USDA License means the breeder is inspected regularly and has a strict set of regulations to follow. The USDA’s regulations for dog breeders are the most strict compared to any other government in the world.

Are puppy mills licensed?
No. The United States Department Of Agriculture requires the breeder to follow strict regulations enforced by surprised unannounced inspection that are documented.

Do you have to have a license to be a dog breeder?
Not always. Local licenses depend on what town and state you live in. While being USDA license is only required if you have 5 breed-able dogs or more.

What is a hobby breeder?
A hobby breeder is a unlicensed breeder who does not meet their towns, states or USDA’s regulation to be licensed.

Is backyard breeding illegal?
No, the overwhelming majority of breeders breed on their property. Making them a “backyard breeder”.

What’s a backyard breeder?
Breeders who breed in their backyard or on their property.

What is a pet broker?
A pet broker is a middleman between a breeder and a retailer. Such as a pet store, website or individual.

What is a reputable breeder?
A reputable breeder is someone who follows their state and federal guidelines and licensing process.

What percent of puppies come from puppy mills?
No one knows. Keep it moving.

Do all pet stores use puppy mills?
No, in fact most pet stores do not source their puppies from puppy mills.

3 comments on “Blue Ribbon Puppies, LLC, Odon, IN, 32-B-0233

  1. Michele Losacco on

    Hi. I believe I purchased a puppy from a pet store in NJ that came from your breeders. I was wondering how I can find out if you have another liter and if you sell directly to a customer or only to stores. I purchased a cavapoo in August of 2017. He is the best.

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  2. Altidort on

    Hi, I Purchased a puppy from Shake a Paw in New Jersey. I was wondering if I can get a mini Golden doodle or a Bichon Frise directly from you, please

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  3. Carmen Koo on

    Hi, I bought a mini poodle from Shake a Paw and you are the breeder. Her parents are, sire name is Prince and dame name is Petunia. I want to know the maximum size of the dog I got. I would appreciate if you can let me know so that I am prepared.

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