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Discussion in 'Dog Breeding' started by Tony Obrien, Feb 18, 2021.
Could someone please help me. How many dogs can a breeder have in a residential address.
It would depend on a variety of things- whether the property was owned, rented privately or through a council or housing association, how many litters they're breeding, local authority guidelines, if licensed how many dogs their licence covers, if they are running a business, etc.
My neighbor in a private rented property (we have same landlord). Has over 50 dogs more than a dozen cats (mainly wild) and chickens he is building yet another kennel , how much is too much
Speak to your local council
I suggest, if you want to be viewed as a serious breeder, rather than a backyard greeder, you choose one breed to start with and make the best puppies you possibly can
I got the impression OP lives next door to the breeder, and are not the breeder themselves?
Speak to your landlord, but this already sounds like too much to me.
I'm not a breeder my neighbor is .
That sounds like a potential puppy farm & it must be unpleasant having that many animals in a residential area.
I would contact the council, his landlord & maybe RSPCA for starters.
Thank you I will try that .
And environmental health, and inland revenue?
The OP and I posted our replies at exactly the same time
My apologies to them, as I replied on the scant information in the first post