A man has been jailed for running Scotland’s largest puppy farm in Aberdeenshire.
An animal welfare charity has branded a north-east pair who caused "unnecessary suffering" to scores of dogs "absolutely disgraceful".
A man and woman, who ran a north-east puppy farm, have been found guilty of causing almost 100 animals “unnecessary suffering”.
Two people linked to an alleged puppy farm have claimed they are being made to look “like gangsters” by an animal welfare charity.
Two people involved with an alleged puppy farm in Aberdeenshire are to fight a bid to re-home nearly a hundred dogs.
Two people have been reported to the procurator fiscal after more than a hundred animals were rescued from a puppy farm in Aberdeenshire.
A call for laws banning puppy dealing to be strengthened in Scotland has been made by Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson.
An animal welfare charity is urging north-east residents who believe they have bought a pet from a puppy farm to come forward and share their story.
A series of failings allowed a north-east property to be used as an illegal puppy farm, a campaigner has claimed.
Thousands of people have signed a petition in an attempt to block kennels at a north-east farm being used.