Puppy mill bill makes headway in Nevada

05/20/2011 | Nevada News Bureau

A bill that would clamp down on puppy mills in Nevada has cleared a state Senate panel. Under the measure, local authorities would be allowed to require cat and dog breeders to obtain permits, and also to bar them from breeding female canines under the age of 18 months. The measure also would require commercial breeders to have each of their animals vaccinated for rabies and outfitted with a tracking microchip.

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