I'm ready for a new life! Lacey Ann Zak was born around August 12, 2012 and weighs around 15 pounds. Lacey Ann came to us from a puppy mill right here in Western New York! Yes, it's legal in NY to stack caged dogs one on top of the other and the cages be just big enough so the dog can stand, turn around, have a bowl for food and a water source attached to the side of the crate and as for the waste...these dogs are standing on wire bottom cages so the waste can fall into the pan below like a rabbit hutch. This way the dog is only handled to be taken out of it's cage and placed with a breeding mate so they can produce cute product for pet store shelves. The buildings or barns they are housed in do not need to be heated or cooled. We are going to say no little kids at this time not because she is aggressive but because grabby hands and loud noises may be a bit too much for her to handle. Her new humans will need to understand that she has never had a chance to be a normal dog before and will need to have the patience and time to teach her that life is wonderful. Before applying for Lacey Ann please go to our website http://www.joyfulrescues.org/stop_puppy_mills.html and read the information to make sure you ready to adopt a puppy mill dog.