The dog breeder whose dogs died in a hot car pleaded guilty Thursday for charges connected to her breeding operation.
Annette Rosenow was cited for 30 counts of failing to provide copies of rabies vaccinations and another 30 counts for failing to license the dogs.
Rosenow made news last month when she hired Sara Mauter to transport six of her dogs to Texas, but Mauter allegedly left those dogs in a closed car to die.
Rosenow was charged in that case, but those charges were dropped.
Thursday, Rosenow plead guilty to 11 of the counts she was facing in Torrance County, the rest were dropped.
Under the deal, Judge Matthew Page fined her $1,000 and sentenced her to 30 days in jail.