Some Pa. kennels get temporary reprieve from tougher regulations

01/25/2010 | Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.), The

The number of dogs brought to animal rescues and shelters in Pennsylvania has not increased as much as expected three months after tighter regulations were imposed on kennels operating in the state. This could be partly attributed to the waivers the state granted to 81 commercial kennels to give them enough time to comply with the new regulations, according to a spokesman for the state's Agriculture Department.

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