Anyone know where this greedier has moved?
Perhaps the local humane society needs to be alerted of her previous overcrowding, hiding numbers of dogs and cruelty record.
The local humane society can't do much good in her case. Once she realized her mistake of "letting a stranger in her house" (the county's humane inspector), I would imagine that she's not letting anyone in without a warrant anymore.
Sadly, Irina Barrett and Canis Maximus haven't
moved. She still going strong at the same location. There are large groups/families of Dobermans still seen there regularly. The county denied her a license to continue doing business there last Summer after years of illegal operation at that location, but that hasn't stopped her. Now, she's just operating covertly instead of overtly.
Take a look at Irina Barrett's Canis Maximus website: Doberman Kennel CANIS MAXIMUS. European Dobermans. Doberman Puppies for sale. Schutzhund.
You'll notice there is no address given for the kennel...no names given for anyone involved...not even a phone number. Ask yourself if a reputable, licensed breeder would have a website without the owner's name, the address of the kennel, or even a phone number. The lack of an address in particular, as well as no pictures that give a clue to where the kennel really is (i.e. identifiable buildings in the background), are to keep from giving the county the proof they are looking for that she is still running the business out of her house.
But, there's two sides to every story. She responded to this whole situation on 7/25/2014 in the "Canis Maximus - Humane Investigator Report (Part 1 of 2) " thread (search on user "CMax"). Read her response and come to your own conclusion.