After withdrawing their applications to breed and sell puppies at their Porters Corners Road property on the same day a public hearing was scheduled to discuss the topic last month, a Barrington father and son have no plans to re-apply for permits.
Wayne Sensenig’s son tells the Chronicle Express his father planned on canceling his state issued pet dealer license this month. If he failed to do so, the state Department of Agriculture and Markets planned to revoke it. The state agency learned Sensenig was convicted on two counts of animal cruelty in neighboring Pennsylvania after he applied for and was granted a pet dealer license in New York. After an investigation confirmed the conviction, the state started revocation proceedings.
The newspaper reports Sensenig has since contacted the department to give up his license.