Bill in North Carolina seeks to regulate puppy mills

06/10/2010 | WGHP-TV (High Point, N.C.)

A Senate bill in North Carolina calls for tougher restrictions on animal breeders in the state. The measure, which will be reviewed by the House finance committee next week, would necessitate in-state breeders that sell at least 30 puppies and have more than 15 female dogs to obtain state licenses and comply with the Agriculture Department's standards.

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