Missouri puppy-mill bill passes ballot hurdle

08/9/2010 | Sedalia Democrat (Mo.), The

A bill that would require large-scale commercial dog breeders in Missouri to provide their animals with sufficient veterinary care, food, housing and water has been approved for the election ballot in November. The measure also seeks to limit the number of breeding animals that a dog breeder could keep at one time and allows for misdemeanor charges to be brought against violators.

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