Cases:

ID: 14728
Date Submitted: 8/11/2012
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Date Purchased: 7/4/2012
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Best in Breed Kennels; Just Pups
Details: Slight kennel cough; wheezing


ID: 14689
Date Submitted: 7/27/2012
Breed: Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier
Date Purchased: 7/11/2012
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Just Pups
Details: Giardia


ID: 13877
Date Submitted: 12/30/2011
Breed: Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier
Date Purchased: 12/29/2011
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Best in Breed Kennels; Just Pups
Details: Coughing, runny nose.


ID: 13497
Date Submitted: 9/13/2011
Breed: German Shepherd Dog
Date Purchased: 9/10/2011
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Best in Breed Kennels; Just Pups
Details: Healthy


ID: 12834
Date Submitted: 4/3/2011
Breed: Pomeranian Poodle
Date Purchased: 1/15/2011
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Just Pets, Inc. (Just Pups)
Details: Coughing, not responding to antibiotics, partiall collapsed trachea.


ID: 12367
Date Submitted: 1/9/2011
Breed: Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier
Date Purchased: 12/12/2010
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  The Pet Pantry
Details: Aggression


ID: 11917
Date Submitted: 10/11/2010
Breed: Labrador Retriever
Date Purchased: 10/4/2010
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  The Pet Pantry
Details: coccidia and giardia


ID: 11510
Date Submitted: 7/22/2010
Breed: Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier
Date Purchased: 7/21/2010
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Puppies 'N Love
Details: Treated for upper respiratory infections in pet store. Diagnosed with parvo the day after purchase.


ID: 9723
Date Submitted: 11/21/2009
Breed: Shih Tzu
Date Purchased: 4/27/2006
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Pets of New Hyde Park
Details: No problems noted.


ID: 9112
Date Submitted: 8/11/2009
Breed: Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier
Date Purchased: 7/21/2009
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Mr. Puppy, Best Friends, Pets 4 Less
Details: Respiratory infection


ID: 7659
Date Submitted: 12/30/2008
Breed: Shih Tzu Poodle
Date Purchased: 5/26/2008
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Petlovers Outlet AKA Pet Commissary Wholesale
Details: Healthy


ID: 4857
Date Submitted: 3/10/2008
Breed: Labrador Retriever
Date Purchased: 10/27/1999
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Pets-On-Lex
Details: Allergies


ID: 4585
Date Submitted: 2/9/2008
Breed: Shih Tzu
Date Purchased: 2/9/2008
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Petlovers Outlet AKA Pet Commissary Wholesale
Details: healthy.


ID: 3655
Date Submitted: 10/3/2007
Breed: Cocker Spaniel
Date Purchased: 3/4/2007
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  The Pet Pantry
Details: Parasites and inflamed ears.


ID: 2769
Date Submitted: 5/24/2007
Breed: Labrador Retriever
Date Purchased: 5/21/2007
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  The Pet Pantry
Details: healthy


ID: 2175
Date Submitted: 2/28/2007
Breed: Schnoodle
Date Purchased: 2/8/2007
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Puppy City
Details: healthy


ID: 1252
Date Submitted: 10/25/2006
Breed: Beagle
Date Purchased: 10/18/2006
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  Pets of New Hyde Park
Details: Kennel Cough.


ID: -2267
Date Submitted: 3/18/2006
Breed: Mixed Breed
Date Purchased: 11/16/2004
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  The Pet Pantry
Details: Healthy.


ID: -1675
Date Submitted: 6/9/2004
Breed: Labrador Retriever
Date Purchased: 6/5/2004
Broker:  Unknown
Petshop:  The Pet Pantry
Details: Healthy


Breeder:

Name: 2011 Simler, Wanda (Keith)
DBA: 
Address: 16995 Simler Trail
City: Kirksville
County: Adair
State: MO
Zip: 63501

USDA Inspections:

Description: 
Date: 10/5/2011
Inspection File:  43A1094-10-5-11.pdf
Notes: 

Description: 
Date: 10/27/2010
Inspection File:  43A1094-10-27-10.pdf
Notes: 

Description: 
Date: 8/18/2009
Inspection File:  43A1094-8-18-09.pdf
Notes: 

Description: 
Date: 6/3/2009
Inspection File:  43-A-1094.pdf
Notes: The inspection date does not reflect the actual date of inspection, but instead the date in which our databases were updated with the most recent inspection.  Normally this file will contain inspection records between 2006-2009.

Description: WANDA SIMLER
Date: 9/2/2004
Inspection File:  None Available
Notes: -***During the time of inspection, the Mark House building had rusted, torn metal door entrances that had not been replaced for a period of time and there were also a number of remaining primary enclosures throughout the facility that still had rusted wiring and the owners are in the process of replacing all rusted wiring. The rusted metal doors in the Mark House building need to be replaced and the remaining primary enclosures with rusted wiring need to be replaced and kept free of rust, washed, cleaned and sanitized at least once every 2 weeks to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 50 animals.***-

-***During the time of inspection, the mark house building had a wall that was chewed up. The west outdoor units, north outdoor units, and the hettinger runs still had contact surfaces and frames that were chewed up or torn and no longer impervious to moisture. The owners are continuously replacing all surfaces that have been chewed up or torn and no longer impervious to moisture. All surfaces in direct contact of the animals contained must be painted, sealed or treated so that it is impervious to moisture, easily cleaned, sanitzed, replaced when worn or soiled and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 90 animals.***-

***During the time of inspection, the blue house building presently under contruction had electric wiring without outlet covering where the animals were contained. All electrical outlets must be properly covered to eliminate electrical and fire hazards and proper safety practices must be established and maintained at all times and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 10 animals. Correct by 09/09/04.*** I

***During the time of inspection, the hettinger runs had broken wiring that had not been fixed or replaced for a period and some of the wiring had started to become loose and no longer structurally sound. All wiring needs to be fixed or replaced, maintained on a regular basis so that it is structurally sound and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 80 animals.***-

***During the time of inspection, the west outdoor units had the sharp end of the nails coming through the roof into the primary enclosures where the animals were contained. One of the wooden units on the north side of the facility had a sharp piece of flashing that had been chewed up to a point that the sharp piece was sticking out at the entrance of the primary enclosure. The blue house that is currently under construction had the sharp end of the nails coming through the walls into the primary enclosure where the animals were contained. The ends of the nails and screws need to be fixed so that the sharp edges do not injure the animals contained and any chewed up metal flashing no longer used must be removed or fixed and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 25 animals. Correct by 09/09/04.***-

***During the time of inspection, the hettinger runs still had broken wire floors. The milk parlor building housing puppies had some of their feet falling through the wire floors and the owner provided flat surfaces during inspection. All floors with broken wire must be fixed or replaced and maintained on a regular basis to elimate injury to the animals contained and all puppies must be provided a flat surface in their primary enclosure to eliminate their feet falling through and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 25 animals.***-

***During the time of inspection, all outdoor wooden primary enclosures still had an excessive amount of grime, dirt, cobwebs, spiders, insects and other build up that had not been cleaned for a period of time. All primary enclosures must be washed, cleaned, free of spiders, insects and sanitized at least once every 2 weeks to provide a healthy environment for the animals contained and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 140 animals.***-

Note: Female German Shepard located on the north side of the facility with an extremely swollen leg will be euthanized by a certified veterinarian before 30 days as stated by the owner.-

This inspection conducted with owners, Mr. & Mrs. Simler, ACI, Thomasina Barney, VMO, Jamilon Niemann, state inspector, Judi Lolli and state inspector, Dr. Eber.

Description: WANDA SIMLER
Date: 7/15/2004
Inspection File:  None Available
Notes: ***During the time of inspection, approximately 20 animals had excessive matting covering the eyes, legs and restricting movement and approximately 5 animals had severe eye problems. All matting needs to be removed to eliminate restriction of movement and eliminate skin problems. A certified veterinairan needs to examine the animals with severe eye problems and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 25 animals. Correct by 07/16/04.***-

-***During the time of inspection, the White House building, Whelping House, Mark House and Milk House building had a high volume of clutter, junk and discarded materials that had not been cleaned out for a period of time. All buildings must be free of clutter, and kept clean to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects 237 animals. Correct by 08/18/04.***-

***During the time of inspection, most of the primary encloures throughout the facility constructed with wiring had excessive rust that could no longer contain the animal safely. All wiring that has started to deteriate must be replaced inorder to provide strutual strength and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 150 animals. Correct by 08/18/04.***-

-***During the time of inspection, all wooden units and frames of the primary enclosures had not been cleaned or painted for over 7-8 months. All surfaces in direct contact of the animal must be replaced when it can no longer be cleaned, sanitized or when it is no longer impervious to moisture. Affects 219 animals. Correct by 08/30/04.***-

***During the time of inspection, the Milk Building used for storing animal feed had rodent droppings near the stacked feed, 2 open bags of feed were not stored in any type of container, bagged up newspapers were on the stacked feed, an aerosol spraying wall unit was also on the stacked feed. All clutter, newspapers and chemicals need to be removed from the top of the stacked feed to prevent contamination of animal feed, a pest control program needs to be established, all open animal feed needs to be stored in a leak proof container with a tight fitting lid for the health and well being of the animals and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects 237 animals. Correct by 07/2204.***-

***During the time of inspection, the west facilty had standing run off waste underneath and around the runs, the white house building had a broken washdown and the Hettinger runs with concrete underneath had build up that had not been washed into the drainage system. Adrainage system for the west facility must be provided, the white house building with the broken washdown must be repaired and Hettinger runs drainage must be used more frequently to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 177 animals. ***-

***During the time of inspection, the White House, Whelping House and Mark House had a strong ammonia odor, high humidity content and ventilation was not provided. A ventilation system needs to be provided to eliminate odors decrease the humidity content and to provide a healthy environment for the animals contained. Affects approxiamtely 44 animals. Correct by 08/18/04.***-

-***During the time of inspection, the outdoor primary enclosures had broken doors or no doors at all. All primary enclosures must have adaquate wind breaks to provide shelter from the wind and rain and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects 108 animals. Correct 08/15/04.***-

***During the time of inspection, a majority of the outdoor units containing large breed type dogs had entrances that were too small. A larger entrance must be provided to eliminate injury to the animal and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 25 animals. Correct by 08/18/04.***-

-***During the time of inspection, most of the outdoor runs/units had broken wire that had not been fixed or replaced for a period of time. All broken wiring needs to be replaced and maintained on a regular basis to avoid injury to the animals contained and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 40 animals. Correct by 08/15/04.***-

-***During the time of inspection, a majority of the wooden units with cage runs had cage flooring where the gap was either more than 3 inches wide or the floor was broken where the animal's feet fell through. All flooring needs to be repaired and maintained on a regular basis to elimate injury of the animal and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 30 animals. Correct by 08/15/04.***-

-***During the time of inspection, measurements were taken on the animals and units to calculate the minimum floor space. One measurement was calculateed for 3 Golden Retrievers at approximately 23 inches housed in a 4'3'' X 3'9''. The minumum floor space for 2 dogs is 5.84 square feet and additional space is required for the third animal and the 3 Golden Retrievers did not have enough floor space. Thoroughout the entire facility, other animals housed together were not provided the mimimum floor space. The owners were provided a copy of the "Minimum Square Feet per Dog" chart for reference regarding floor space requirements. All primary enclosures must provide adaquate floor space as required by federal regulations , provide protection from the weather and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 30 animals. Correct by 08/15/04.***-

***During the time of inspection, a majority of the animals were housed in primary outdoor enclosures with cage runs that did not have enough floor space. The animals are not excercised daily and are kept in their primary enclosures at all times. An "Exercise Plan" form was provided to the owner to complete with their attending veterinarian to develop and document an appropiate plan for all animals and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects 237 animals. Correct 07/22/04***-

***During the time of inspection, a majority of the the animals had lilttle to no food available and some of the primary enclosures with food inside were on the floor with no food receptales. All animals must have access to food and food receptacles must be provided, protected from the weather and kennel wash off and to provide a healthy diet and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 170 animals. Correct by 07/22/04.***-

***During the time of inspection, most of the water receptacles were empty and water was not available for the animals contained. Potable water must continually be provided and available for the animal to ensure their health and well-being and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 170 animals. Correct 07/22/04.***-

-***During the time of inspection, food and water receptacles had debris, dirt, hair, feces, insects, algrae growth and rust from the coffee cans. All food and water receptacles must be cleaned and sanatized at least once every 2 weeks to eliminate accumulation of debris, waste, insects and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects approximately 170 animals. Correct by 07/22/04.**-

***During the time of inspection, the west facility, north facility, White House building, Whelping House, Mark House and Hettinger Runs had an extremely high amount of feces, hair, dirt, grime and food waste under all runs, inside all primary enclosures and the owner stated that the build up underneath the runs, the primary enclosures and the facilities had not been cleaned out since last fall. All primary enclosures, facilities and areas underneath all runs need to be cleaned and sanitized at least once every 2 weeks and spot cleaned on a daily basis for the health and well being of the animals and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects 219 animals.--

***During the time of inspection, the premises around the facility had used building material piled up in various areas of the facility. All material not used for immediate usage must be removed away from the facility to reduce rodents, pests,parasites and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects 237 animals. Correct by 08/30/04.***-

-***During the time of inspection, the west facility, north facility, White House building, Whelping House, Mark House and Hettinger Runs and all other outdoor runs had an extremely high volume of spiders, cowebs, rodent droppings, insects and a pest control program was not provided. A pest control program must be provided to eliminate insects, external parasites, rodents and provide a healthy rodent free environment and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects 237 animals. Correct by 07/22/04.***-

**During the time of inspection, it has been advised that in the best interest of the owners and their animals, additional employees are needed to provide adaquate care for the facility and to comply with animal husbandry practices. Affects 237 animals. Correct by 08/15/04.***-

This inspection conducted with owner, Wanda Simler, ACI, Thomasina Barney and state inspector, Judi Lolli.

Description: 
Date: 2/11/2002
Inspection File:  43-A-1094_FEB-11-2002.pdf
Notes: 

Inventory:

Date: 7/26/2000
Species: Puppy
Count: 50

Date: 7/26/2000
Species: Adult Dog
Count: 100

Date: 6/25/2007
Species: Puppy
Count: 56

Date: 6/25/2007
Species: Adult Dog
Count: 173

Date: 6/10/2008
Species: Puppy
Count: 70

Date: 6/10/2008
Species: Adult Dog
Count: 160

Date: 8/18/2009
Species: Puppy
Count: 47

Date: 8/18/2009
Species: Adult Dog
Count: 164

Date: 10/27/2010
Species: Adult Dog
Count: 147

Date: 10/27/2010
Species: Puppy
Count: 51

Date: 10/5/2011
Species: Puppy
Count: 75

Date: 10/5/2011
Species: Adult Dog
Count: 136

AKC Suspensions:
I have no suspension information for this breeder.

Miscellaneous:
Nothing to report.