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On December 16th, 2014, PSPCA Humane Law Enforcement Officers removed 62 Cocker Spaniel mix dogs from Barbara Diener home in Lititz, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania for unsanitary confinement and failure to provide veterinary care.
Yesterday, the PSPCA removed 14 dogs and 5 puppies with 8 adults living in a barn in unsanitary conditions. The dogs were living in feces and lacked access to water. The other 6 dogs and puppies were living in the main house. All are at the PSPCA being evaluated and under protective custody.
In February, Dienner of Ballstown Road pled guilty to 62 counts of summary animal cruelty. The charges originated from the rescue of 62 dogs and puppies at Dienner’s property by the PSPCA’s Humane Law Enforcement team in December.
She was ordered to pay a $50 fine on each count and is prohibited from owning more than 1 spayed/neutered dog for 90 days from the court date for each count. She was cited for unsanitary confinement and lack of necessary veterinary care.
it does not appear that the previous charges and penalties were a sufficient deterrent for Ms. Dienner. Lots of petting, cuddling and kisses coming his way. We named him Joey, he has a long way to go to feel better and truly loved but we are committed to giving him the best. So far, we know he loves long walks, we took him on manyvsince we brought him home.