Listening to the news this morning, I heard that these dogs still belong to that woman. How can that be? If they were seized, then why would she still have ownership? And now these dogs have to wait how long "for the wheels of justice to turn"? I hope they are OK where they are, and hopefully the wait won't be too long.
I also wonder if Quebec laws are strong enough to win this case, knowing now that the seizure was not court ordered. If such "commercial breeding operations" are allowed, then should they be allowed for companion (non-agricultural) animals? Of course not - but is there a distinction? What if the judge says the dogs were fed properly and housed in clean conditions - what then? It's just too scarey.