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" I must insist that your ...
" I must insist that your office institute an immediate investigation," said Michael Budkie, A.H.T., executive director of SAEN (Stop Animal Exploitation Now), in his letter to Dr. Robert Gibbens, Western Region Director of USDA/APHIS/AC.
also notified Gibbens
it had filed an "official complaint" after "clear violations of the Animal Welfare Act" were found during the USDA inspection.
"It is clear that the staff ...
"It is clear that the staff of this facility are unable to perform even the most basic procedures which are part of animal husbandry such as cleaning enclosures, providing veterinary care, etc.," wrote Michael Budkie, A.H.T., executive director and co-founder of SAEN, in a letter to Dr. Robert Gibbens, Western Regional Director, USDA/APHIS.
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â€" Dr. Robert Gibbens, Director of the Western Region, USDA, APHIS; Dr. Kathleen Garland, Supervisory Animal Care Specialist, Western Region, USDA, APHIS; Dr. Carol Clarke, Research Staff Officer, USDA, APHIS Headquarters
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Dr. Robert Gibbens
Director, Western Region, USDA
2150 Center Ave, Building B, Mailstop 3W11
Fort Collins, CO 80526-8117
In a letter to Robert ...
In a letter to Robert Gibbens, western regional director for the USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service in Fort Collins, PETA urged the USDA to block the renewal of Lee's reindeer exhibitor license citing a June 2012 incident in which more than 100 animals were seized from Lee's ranch by local law enforcement officers.
PETA also pushed Gibbens
to consider blocking Lee's license renewal by citing that between February 2011 and November 2013 the USDA
inspected Laughing Valley Ranch
26 times, noting Animal Welfare Act violations on 20 of those 26 occasions.