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Complaint Review: Poochie Kooiche - Julie and Armando Soutullo - Aventura Florida

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y. they use several alias
Julie and Armando Soutullo have a ad for yorkie puppies for sale this is to inform you that have left behind a lot of victim and it is time she pay for her crime and I will do anything to see that happen two like Mandy Harfenist., Tony Jaques etc.

Internet fraud, Identity Theft and Fraudulent schemes, Fakery, Identity Theft and Entangling human life by interstate transport disease animal. Using wire money transfer for Theft/Fraudulent scheme

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MIAMI (WSVN) -- Authorities seized a pet store after the owner is accused of selling sick puppies.

According to officials, 52-year-old Julie Soutullo, owner of Poochie Koochie in Aventura, has not followed Florida's Pet Lemon Law. Soutullo is being accused of bringing puppies from puppy mills in South America. Experts say puppies that cost $10 in Argentina, can be sold here for a $1,000. "This woman has a history of selling sick animals and just tearing people's families apart. It's horrible. And we're very pleased today to be here and be in the process of just shutting her down," said Kathleen Labrada, Animal Services Investigator.

Soutullo was selling animals without the official certificate of veterinary inspection, officials said. One of her clients, Lee Aken says he bought a puppy for his children from Soutullo, and it died a day and a half later. "And devastating. I mean, here you bring home a puppy. They want to play with it. They're looking at it and they can't get near it. I'm keeping it alive, i'm keeping it away from them because there's something wrong," said Aken. At the pet store, agents say they found medicine for treating sick puppies.

The Department of Revenue seized boxes of records and computers. According to the search warrant, the state suspects the failure to pay sales tax, file returns and the filing of false or fraudulent returns.

Authorities say before Soutullo opened Poochie Koochie, she operated Dixie Pups. Both businesses have generated multiple complaints.

(Copyright 2007 by Sunbeam Television Corp. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.)

this is the ad they have on your site. check the people you are dealing with!!!!!

TEA CUP YORKIES Posted
8/9/2008 5:35:11 PM
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Breed: Yorkshire Terrier
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Information about this puppy/litter:
VERY TINY TEA CUP YORKIE, MOM IS 3 POUNDS, AND DAD IS 2.5 POUNDS, BABY DOLL FACE, SHORT, LEGS, TINY BODY


Sex: Female
Color: BLK/GLD
Birthdate: 5/23/08
Shipping: Worldwide
Price: $1200
Included with dog are:
Current Vaccinations
Veterinarian Examination
Certificate of Health
Health Guarantee
Pedigree
Travel Crate
Registration Papers

Contact Information:
TONY JAQUES
N MIAMI BEACH, Florida 33180
786-277-8432
Website:

Annoymous
simi valley, California
U.S.A.

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AUTHOR: Devilsadvocate4education*just My Opinions* - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Thursday, March 12, 2009
Sent an email to the address given today advising Carmel that if she was still interested in this story she may want to look into the new import laws and these people's practices since they were passed. If they are still recieving alot of calls/complaints, it shouldn't be too hard for them to look into. If they haven't been following the rules, something may actually be able to be done. Anyone who has had a problem with an imported puppy should visit the wrong puppy dot org to begin looking into whether or not your puppy was imported illegally and what you can do about it.
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AUTHOR: Annoymous - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Thursday, February 05, 2009
This woman is still in the business of selling sick puppies the following new report was post on the interent notice the day it was poste.

If you have any more information regarding this horrible sick person PLEASE forward it to the contact information at the very end.

We yorkies dog lovers will appreicate. thanks


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Breeder
Complaints tonight about a South Florida puppy seller, a seller who is already being prosecuted by the State of Florida. Investigative reporter Carmel Cafiero is on the case of these puppy problems.

Reported by:
Carmel Cafiero

Producer:
Marina Angleton

Contact
mangleton@wsvn.com

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WSVN -- Puppies don't get much cuter than little Mandy here. The tiny terrier is at the heart of a dispute between Julie Soutullo in Aventura and Kim Gallagher in New York.

Kim Gallagher: "We actually found a really cute puppy online, and the price sounded right."

But Kim, a widow, says the dog she saw online and the dog that was delivered were not the same.

Kim Gallagher: "The moment I saw the crate, saw the puppy through the crate, I knew this was not the dog I had purchased."

She says it happened twice.

Kim Gallagher: "The second time we left the airport, my son said flat out, 'I don't want a puppy. I can't do this again.' It was horrible. I felt horrendous sending the puppy back."

Julie Soutullo: "It's the exact same dog that she got. This is the dog."

Julie did agree to give Kim a refund and sent her 14 $100 checks. Yet, two months later I was back at Soutullo's store. Kim Gallagher said she has been able to cash only two of the checks.

Julie Soutullo: "But I'm not giving her 14. I stopped payment on the rest of them. In this paper, it says once a dog leaves our premises, it doesn't come back."

I was there with questions about still another puppy. This one sold to Belinda Cromp who lives in the Keys.

Belinda Cromp: "It was going to be my Christmas present and birthday present to myself since my birthday is in January."

But her boyfriend says once she brought the puppy home, it was clear he was not healthy, and he claims their vet knew there was a problem immediately.

Bruce Eggett: "And she says I can feel that he has a bad heart murmur just through the beating of his heart because the blood leaks out of your heart."

Acting on their vet's advice, they returned the puppy and got a full refund.

Bruce Eggett: "Well, we really fell in love with the puppy in a week and a half. We had tears in our eyes when we took the puppy back, and then we had to leave the store."

The couple can't understand how such a sick puppy was sold in the first place since Florida law requires a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection.

The dog did come with this certificate signed by a vet, but the vet in Hollywood who examined the puppy says this is only a travel certificate and not a health certificate for sale. He says he gave the Soutullos a second document which showed the heart defect. Julie's husband is the one who picked up the paperwork.

Carmel Cafiero: "When you went and got the health certificate for the dog that had the heart murmur, what else did you get besides this health certificate? What else did you get? What documentation did he give you? It's a camera that's on you."

Her husband Armando Soutullo walked away but said he received no document that said there was a heart murmur.

And Julie insisted she did not know the puppy was not healthy.

These are not the only people with complaints about Soutullo's puppy businesses. The state says, over the years, it has received more than 50 complaints, but only three of those complaints have resulted in charges.

Julie is currently facing three misdemeanor charges for violating the state's pet Lemon Law. She is accused of making misrepresentations and two counts of not supplying veterinarian certificates.

She says she's done nothing wrong.

Julie Soutullo: "Animal control comes here all the time. I have a perfect store."

But Miami-Dade Animal Control says it comes to the store because of complaints about various puppy businesses operated by Julie Soutullo.

Kathleen Labrada: "We have received approximately 25 complaints over the past year at Poochie Koochie Yorkilicious and also at Julie's home."

The county says the complaints deal with health issues after a puppy has been purchased. Since it can only address health issues before a sale, it sends those complaints to the state for consideration.

Carmel Cafiero: "In December of 07, state agents also removed business records from Soutullo's home. What did they find? We don't know yet. The Florida Department of Revenue says its investigation is still ongoing."

IF YOU HAVE A STORY FOR CARMEL TO INVESTIGATE:

Miami-Dade: 305-627-CLUE
Broward: 954-921-CLUE
E-mail: clue@wsvn.com
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AUTHOR: Annoymous - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Thursday, February 05, 2009
This woman is still in the business of selling sick puppies the following new report was post on the interent notice the day it was poste.

If you have any more information regarding this horrible sick person PLEASE forward it to the contact information at the very end.

We yorkies dog lovers will appreicate. thanks


Watch 7-News Widgets Lifestyle myWeather Healthplace Beauty Get DTV About WSVN-TV Automotive

Carmel on the Case
Air Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 email this article to a friend Watch the video


Breeder
Complaints tonight about a South Florida puppy seller, a seller who is already being prosecuted by the State of Florida. Investigative reporter Carmel Cafiero is on the case of these puppy problems.

Reported by:
Carmel Cafiero

Producer:
Marina Angleton

Contact
mangleton@wsvn.com

View all archived
Carmel on the Case reports
WSVN -- Puppies don't get much cuter than little Mandy here. The tiny terrier is at the heart of a dispute between Julie Soutullo in Aventura and Kim Gallagher in New York.

Kim Gallagher: "We actually found a really cute puppy online, and the price sounded right."

But Kim, a widow, says the dog she saw online and the dog that was delivered were not the same.

Kim Gallagher: "The moment I saw the crate, saw the puppy through the crate, I knew this was not the dog I had purchased."

She says it happened twice.

Kim Gallagher: "The second time we left the airport, my son said flat out, 'I don't want a puppy. I can't do this again.' It was horrible. I felt horrendous sending the puppy back."

Julie Soutullo: "It's the exact same dog that she got. This is the dog."

Julie did agree to give Kim a refund and sent her 14 $100 checks. Yet, two months later I was back at Soutullo's store. Kim Gallagher said she has been able to cash only two of the checks.

Julie Soutullo: "But I'm not giving her 14. I stopped payment on the rest of them. In this paper, it says once a dog leaves our premises, it doesn't come back."

I was there with questions about still another puppy. This one sold to Belinda Cromp who lives in the Keys.

Belinda Cromp: "It was going to be my Christmas present and birthday present to myself since my birthday is in January."

But her boyfriend says once she brought the puppy home, it was clear he was not healthy, and he claims their vet knew there was a problem immediately.

Bruce Eggett: "And she says I can feel that he has a bad heart murmur just through the beating of his heart because the blood leaks out of your heart."

Acting on their vet's advice, they returned the puppy and got a full refund.

Bruce Eggett: "Well, we really fell in love with the puppy in a week and a half. We had tears in our eyes when we took the puppy back, and then we had to leave the store."

The couple can't understand how such a sick puppy was sold in the first place since Florida law requires a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection.

The dog did come with this certificate signed by a vet, but the vet in Hollywood who examined the puppy says this is only a travel certificate and not a health certificate for sale. He says he gave the Soutullos a second document which showed the heart defect. Julie's husband is the one who picked up the paperwork.

Carmel Cafiero: "When you went and got the health certificate for the dog that had the heart murmur, what else did you get besides this health certificate? What else did you get? What documentation did he give you? It's a camera that's on you."

Her husband Armando Soutullo walked away but said he received no document that said there was a heart murmur.

And Julie insisted she did not know the puppy was not healthy.

These are not the only people with complaints about Soutullo's puppy businesses. The state says, over the years, it has received more than 50 complaints, but only three of those complaints have resulted in charges.

Julie is currently facing three misdemeanor charges for violating the state's pet Lemon Law. She is accused of making misrepresentations and two counts of not supplying veterinarian certificates.

She says she's done nothing wrong.

Julie Soutullo: "Animal control comes here all the time. I have a perfect store."

But Miami-Dade Animal Control says it comes to the store because of complaints about various puppy businesses operated by Julie Soutullo.

Kathleen Labrada: "We have received approximately 25 complaints over the past year at Poochie Koochie Yorkilicious and also at Julie's home."

The county says the complaints deal with health issues after a puppy has been purchased. Since it can only address health issues before a sale, it sends those complaints to the state for consideration.

Carmel Cafiero: "In December of 07, state agents also removed business records from Soutullo's home. What did they find? We don't know yet. The Florida Department of Revenue says its investigation is still ongoing."

IF YOU HAVE A STORY FOR CARMEL TO INVESTIGATE:

Miami-Dade: 305-627-CLUE
Broward: 954-921-CLUE
E-mail: clue@wsvn.com
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AUTHOR: Annoymous - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Thursday, February 05, 2009
This woman is still in the business of selling sick puppies the following new report was post on the interent notice the day it was poste.

If you have any more information regarding this horrible sick person PLEASE forward it to the contact information at the very end.

We yorkies dog lovers will appreicate. thanks


Watch 7-News Widgets Lifestyle myWeather Healthplace Beauty Get DTV About WSVN-TV Automotive

Carmel on the Case
Air Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 email this article to a friend Watch the video


Breeder
Complaints tonight about a South Florida puppy seller, a seller who is already being prosecuted by the State of Florida. Investigative reporter Carmel Cafiero is on the case of these puppy problems.

Reported by:
Carmel Cafiero

Producer:
Marina Angleton

Contact
mangleton@wsvn.com

View all archived
Carmel on the Case reports
WSVN -- Puppies don't get much cuter than little Mandy here. The tiny terrier is at the heart of a dispute between Julie Soutullo in Aventura and Kim Gallagher in New York.

Kim Gallagher: "We actually found a really cute puppy online, and the price sounded right."

But Kim, a widow, says the dog she saw online and the dog that was delivered were not the same.

Kim Gallagher: "The moment I saw the crate, saw the puppy through the crate, I knew this was not the dog I had purchased."

She says it happened twice.

Kim Gallagher: "The second time we left the airport, my son said flat out, 'I don't want a puppy. I can't do this again.' It was horrible. I felt horrendous sending the puppy back."

Julie Soutullo: "It's the exact same dog that she got. This is the dog."

Julie did agree to give Kim a refund and sent her 14 $100 checks. Yet, two months later I was back at Soutullo's store. Kim Gallagher said she has been able to cash only two of the checks.

Julie Soutullo: "But I'm not giving her 14. I stopped payment on the rest of them. In this paper, it says once a dog leaves our premises, it doesn't come back."

I was there with questions about still another puppy. This one sold to Belinda Cromp who lives in the Keys.

Belinda Cromp: "It was going to be my Christmas present and birthday present to myself since my birthday is in January."

But her boyfriend says once she brought the puppy home, it was clear he was not healthy, and he claims their vet knew there was a problem immediately.

Bruce Eggett: "And she says I can feel that he has a bad heart murmur just through the beating of his heart because the blood leaks out of your heart."

Acting on their vet's advice, they returned the puppy and got a full refund.

Bruce Eggett: "Well, we really fell in love with the puppy in a week and a half. We had tears in our eyes when we took the puppy back, and then we had to leave the store."

The couple can't understand how such a sick puppy was sold in the first place since Florida law requires a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection.

The dog did come with this certificate signed by a vet, but the vet in Hollywood who examined the puppy says this is only a travel certificate and not a health certificate for sale. He says he gave the Soutullos a second document which showed the heart defect. Julie's husband is the one who picked up the paperwork.

Carmel Cafiero: "When you went and got the health certificate for the dog that had the heart murmur, what else did you get besides this health certificate? What else did you get? What documentation did he give you? It's a camera that's on you."

Her husband Armando Soutullo walked away but said he received no document that said there was a heart murmur.

And Julie insisted she did not know the puppy was not healthy.

These are not the only people with complaints about Soutullo's puppy businesses. The state says, over the years, it has received more than 50 complaints, but only three of those complaints have resulted in charges.

Julie is currently facing three misdemeanor charges for violating the state's pet Lemon Law. She is accused of making misrepresentations and two counts of not supplying veterinarian certificates.

She says she's done nothing wrong.

Julie Soutullo: "Animal control comes here all the time. I have a perfect store."

But Miami-Dade Animal Control says it comes to the store because of complaints about various puppy businesses operated by Julie Soutullo.

Kathleen Labrada: "We have received approximately 25 complaints over the past year at Poochie Koochie Yorkilicious and also at Julie's home."

The county says the complaints deal with health issues after a puppy has been purchased. Since it can only address health issues before a sale, it sends those complaints to the state for consideration.

Carmel Cafiero: "In December of 07, state agents also removed business records from Soutullo's home. What did they find? We don't know yet. The Florida Department of Revenue says its investigation is still ongoing."

IF YOU HAVE A STORY FOR CARMEL TO INVESTIGATE:

Miami-Dade: 305-627-CLUE
Broward: 954-921-CLUE
E-mail: clue@wsvn.com
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#2 Author of original report

UPDATE

AUTHOR: Annoymous - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Thursday, February 05, 2009
This woman is still in the business of selling sick puppies the following new report was post on the interent notice the day it was poste.

If you have any more information regarding this horrible sick person PLEASE forward it to the contact information at the very end.

We yorkies dog lovers will appreicate. thanks


Watch 7-News Widgets Lifestyle myWeather Healthplace Beauty Get DTV About WSVN-TV Automotive

Carmel on the Case
Air Date: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 email this article to a friend Watch the video


Breeder
Complaints tonight about a South Florida puppy seller, a seller who is already being prosecuted by the State of Florida. Investigative reporter Carmel Cafiero is on the case of these puppy problems.

Reported by:
Carmel Cafiero

Producer:
Marina Angleton

Contact
mangleton@wsvn.com

View all archived
Carmel on the Case reports
WSVN -- Puppies don't get much cuter than little Mandy here. The tiny terrier is at the heart of a dispute between Julie Soutullo in Aventura and Kim Gallagher in New York.

Kim Gallagher: "We actually found a really cute puppy online, and the price sounded right."

But Kim, a widow, says the dog she saw online and the dog that was delivered were not the same.

Kim Gallagher: "The moment I saw the crate, saw the puppy through the crate, I knew this was not the dog I had purchased."

She says it happened twice.

Kim Gallagher: "The second time we left the airport, my son said flat out, 'I don't want a puppy. I can't do this again.' It was horrible. I felt horrendous sending the puppy back."

Julie Soutullo: "It's the exact same dog that she got. This is the dog."

Julie did agree to give Kim a refund and sent her 14 $100 checks. Yet, two months later I was back at Soutullo's store. Kim Gallagher said she has been able to cash only two of the checks.

Julie Soutullo: "But I'm not giving her 14. I stopped payment on the rest of them. In this paper, it says once a dog leaves our premises, it doesn't come back."

I was there with questions about still another puppy. This one sold to Belinda Cromp who lives in the Keys.

Belinda Cromp: "It was going to be my Christmas present and birthday present to myself since my birthday is in January."

But her boyfriend says once she brought the puppy home, it was clear he was not healthy, and he claims their vet knew there was a problem immediately.

Bruce Eggett: "And she says I can feel that he has a bad heart murmur just through the beating of his heart because the blood leaks out of your heart."

Acting on their vet's advice, they returned the puppy and got a full refund.

Bruce Eggett: "Well, we really fell in love with the puppy in a week and a half. We had tears in our eyes when we took the puppy back, and then we had to leave the store."

The couple can't understand how such a sick puppy was sold in the first place since Florida law requires a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection.

The dog did come with this certificate signed by a vet, but the vet in Hollywood who examined the puppy says this is only a travel certificate and not a health certificate for sale. He says he gave the Soutullos a second document which showed the heart defect. Julie's husband is the one who picked up the paperwork.

Carmel Cafiero: "When you went and got the health certificate for the dog that had the heart murmur, what else did you get besides this health certificate? What else did you get? What documentation did he give you? It's a camera that's on you."

Her husband Armando Soutullo walked away but said he received no document that said there was a heart murmur.

And Julie insisted she did not know the puppy was not healthy.

These are not the only people with complaints about Soutullo's puppy businesses. The state says, over the years, it has received more than 50 complaints, but only three of those complaints have resulted in charges.

Julie is currently facing three misdemeanor charges for violating the state's pet Lemon Law. She is accused of making misrepresentations and two counts of not supplying veterinarian certificates.

She says she's done nothing wrong.

Julie Soutullo: "Animal control comes here all the time. I have a perfect store."

But Miami-Dade Animal Control says it comes to the store because of complaints about various puppy businesses operated by Julie Soutullo.

Kathleen Labrada: "We have received approximately 25 complaints over the past year at Poochie Koochie Yorkilicious and also at Julie's home."

The county says the complaints deal with health issues after a puppy has been purchased. Since it can only address health issues before a sale, it sends those complaints to the state for consideration.

Carmel Cafiero: "In December of 07, state agents also removed business records from Soutullo's home. What did they find? We don't know yet. The Florida Department of Revenue says its investigation is still ongoing."

IF YOU HAVE A STORY FOR CARMEL TO INVESTIGATE:

Miami-Dade: 305-627-CLUE
Broward: 954-921-CLUE
E-mail: clue@wsvn.com
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update Poochie Kooiche - Julie and Armando Soutullo Internt fraud Identity Theft and Fraudulent schemes Fakery Identity BAN AD OFF YOUR SITE Aventura Florida

AUTHOR: Annoymous - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Sunday, November 16, 2008
today is Nove 15, 08 I just receive notification that this puppy seller file a formal complaint on internet site "Complaint Board" claiming I have not send her a letter from the vet saying the puppy die.

I did send her a email letter and the dates are as follows it is a copy from my email address: Subject:

Letter from Vet
Date: 9/6/2008 8:11:48 A.M. Pacific Standard Time
From: Ppancake1951



To: Tinybabies86@yahoo.com, pancake1951@yahoo.com, Ppancake1951



Subject: Letter from Vet Date: 9/6/2008 8:11:48 A.M. Pacific Standard Time From: Ppancake1951


Subject: julies letter vet pup death
Date: 9/1/2008 10:32:27 P.M. Pacific Standard Time
From: Ppancake1951


To: Yastarbright, Ppancake1951, pancake1951@yahoo.com

AS FOR INFORMATION ON THE PUPPY DIEING ALL SHE NEEDS TO DO IS CALL THE PHONE NUMBER ON THE EMAIL LETTER I SEND HER ALL THE INFORMATION IS ON IT THE VET ALAMO HOSPITAL, AND THE VET NAME SHE CALL CALL THAT NUMBER TO VERFITY ABOUT THE PUPPY DIEING.

I SHOULD CHARGE HER INTEREST FOR EACH PASSING DAY I DO NOT RECEIVE MY REFUND!!!!!!

I have $60.00 of phone bill requesting refund plus my expenses such as vet both for new puppy and then when puppy die, tranportation to pick puppy up at airport and vet and store for all cleaning supplys and things I needed to purchase towels, paper, mops, bleaches (only thing that will get rid of pravo very deadly) I was force to take my other two dogs to vet and have the test for provo also my landlady pet that comes up to $42.00 for two vet visits mine and ladylord and 3 times for the pravo test @ $45.00 each dog, chemical Parvlsl RTU purchase 2 for $29.89 plus s/h $12.98 and $500.00 for take puppy to vet the day puppy die if he would've surivive it would've cost me more. I have phone, vet, bleach, etc bills to proof all my expenses.

The puppy died on July 2, 2008 and STILL NO REFUND


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