Orange County woman facing animal cruelty charges for running alleged 'puppy mill' from home
An Orange County woman is facing animal cruelty charges for operating an alleged “puppy mill” out of her home.
State police say more than 50 dogs were seized last month from a house on Route 284 in Unionville.
They say the animals were covered in feces and living in deplorable conditions.
The dog's owner, 41-year-old Golden Iroldi, is now facing three counts of animal cruelty and was released on an appearance ticket.
News 12 has been told the dogs were taken to the Port Jervis-Deerpark Humane Society where they are OK.
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