The owner of the Fox Burrow Kennels in Canby will be the first to be prosecuted under Oregon's new Puppy Protection Law. David Lytle with the Humane Society says the law requires better record keeping on such things as the animal's health and breeding. “The first time a breeder is charged with violating that. So it really shows this law is going to be a useful tool for cracking down on breeders that are not giving the best of care for their animals.” In the Canby case, the 32 rescued dogs were all malnourished and suffering from intestinal parasites. Once they are cured they will be adopted out.