Group ramps up efforts to strengthen dog-breeding limits in Missouri

05/2/2010 | Columbia Missourian

A group of animal advocates in Missouri has filed a petition to increase breeding restrictions in the state. The ballot measure seeks to require in-state dog breeders to limit their breeding animals to 50 and to provide annual veterinary care, feed their animals daily and not breed dogs more than twice within an 18-month period.

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