Dells man accused of selling quarantined puppies
A Wisconsin Dells man has been charged with operating as a dog breeder or dealer without a license. The deputy said during the summer of 2012, 42-year old William Meyers failed to comply with a State Quarantine Order not to sell any dogs from a residence located on Gale Drive in the Town of Dell Prairie in Adams County because of brucellosis canis, an infectious and contagious disease caused by bacteria which can be contracted by humans. Later a state inspection revealed three of the dogs had been sold and were gone from the property. Meyers told the deputy he believed he had not violated the quarantine order because he had sold puppies, not dogs. During a hearing in August 2012, bail was set at a $5000 cash bond which Meyer posted.
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