Puppy Parlor

As many know, Companion Animal Protection Society (CAPS) of Chicago, protests the Puppy Parlor in Lisle on daily basis.  The following is a short video of the backroom of Puppy Parlor with pictures taken from the Department of Agriculture.  It's quite disturbing, but this is why the CAPS group is out at Ogden and Main in Lisle, on a daily basis to stop the abuse of the poor dogs and educate the public regarding puppy mills.  Puppy Parlor was in the top 100 worst puppy mills in America by the Humane Society of the United States.  Puppy Parlor was the only store in the country on the list.  Please see the link below:


Thank you!
Rita Pereira September 04, 2013 at 11:32 PM
Apparently Mr Budzikowski has never been in that back room or bothered to watch this video when I sent it to him, the mayor and the rest of the trustees. Or they just don't care and are turning a blind eye so a store front in Lisle isn't empty. What they don't realize is the fact, no one wants to rent the store next door because of this place. Go by the back door, you can hear the dogs barking and begging to get out. Do you have any idea how many people have complained to us on the streets about the smell and stench in that store? It's pretty sad the village refuses to do anything about this store, but then too, it's not to surprising either. Like I've said, I've lost faith in the government of Lisle. Not the police, but surely the elected officials.
Maria September 04, 2013 at 11:35 PM
Well, TB is the same guy who said 170,000 gallons of diesel fuel stored ABOVE ground in tanks 250 ft from homes, school, and forest preserve was an "accessory" to Navistar's once proposed use of "research" back in 2009. He is not qualified for his job.
Rita Pereira September 04, 2013 at 11:53 PM
If you'd like to scroll up Maria for my latest altercation about Service Master, if you haven't seen it already, you'll understand why I'm so upset with the village right now. I have YET to hear ANYTHING from the village besides Tim Seedon. Only ones I heard from was the CEO of SM and the regional manager who flat out told me no liquids should have been coming out of that dumpster. She even acknowledged that at the time, we hadn't had any rain in quite sometime so there's no way it could've been rain water. There's absolutely no reason in the month I had been asking for the village to get it cleaned up, they couldn't have. They just didn't want too. But I'll be darned if it was one of their backyards, it would never have even been an issue. I knew full well what living behind a business would be and in the 15 years we've been here, we've never had an issue. Had I known the village only cares about imposing the zoning and ordinances when it fits them and their agenda, I never would've bought this house, as much as I love my house.
Rita Pereira September 04, 2013 at 11:59 PM
Oh and Best Little Hair House In Lisle, that used to be in the store between PMP and Johnny's, gone because of PMP and the stench and noise bothering her and her customers. Long time business, gone. Love to know why the village took PMP's side over a long time business. Or who's getting paid off or what's being held over someone's head to be honest!
Rita Pereira September 05, 2013 at 12:02 AM
I think I'll have to start looking into that zoning variance you speak of Maria, thanks for the heads up!


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