Chattanooga: Inspector suggests Pet Company's license be suspended

Chattanooga: Inspector suggests Pet Company's license be suspended

June 24th, 2010 by Todd South in Local - Breaking News

A Tennessee Department of Agriculture inspector has suggested that the license for The Pet Company store in Hamilton Place be suspended.

Inspector Joe Burns re-visited the store a week after more than 30 animals were removed due to unsafe conditions.

The store received 43 citations that contained 90 violations during a June 15 inspection in which the McKamey Animal Care and Adoption Center confiscated dogs and an assortment of rabbits and hamsters.

A hearing is taking place today in Chattanooga City Court to examine the violations and determine whether the animals should be returned to the store or stay with McKamey.

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