North Carolina bill would crack down on puppy mills

A North Carolina state senator expressed her support Tuesday for a bill that seeks to ban puppy-mill operations in the state. The bill, which is set to be reviewed by the House Finance Committee in the coming weeks, would require animal breeders with more than 15 female dogs used for breeding and at least 30 puppies to register with the state.

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Fayetteville Observer (N.C.), The · WRAL-TV (Raleigh, N.C.)

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