Publication name: The Suffolk Times
URL for more info: http://suffolktimes.timesreview.com/2012/08/34343/protesters-organize-in-front-of-puppy-experience-on-national-dog-day/
Motorists driving along Route 25 in Aquebogue Sunday afternoon beeped their car horns in support of a puppy-mill protest organized in front of the pet store Puppy Experience, where several animal rights advocates held signs and handed out pamphlets.
Barbara Dennihy of the Companion Animal Protection Society, a national animal rights organization based in Massachusetts, said her group has been protesting in front of Puppy Experience from 1 to 4 p.m. every weekend for the past few months because it believes the pet store sells puppies obtained from substandard dog-breeding facilities known as “puppy mills.”
Publication name: Riverhead Patch
URL for more info: http://riverhead.patch.com/articles/attorney-for-puppy-experience-could-file-suit-as-soon-as-next-week
Despite a cease and desist order, protestors continued to rally outside of he Puppy Experience in Aquebogue over the weekend -- and an attorney for the store's owner said a lawsuit could be filed as soon as next week.
"We don't have any objection with them raising awareness," said Ronald T. Alber, Jr. of the Commack-based Alber & Loglisci, LLP, who sent a letter recently ordering the protesters to cease and desist, or else risk the filing of legal action, including a restraining order "enjoining any further injurious conduct."