Missouri's Prop B aims to strengthen regulations for dog breeders

10/8/2010 | Missourian (Washington, Mo.), The

A proposal on the Missouri ballot in November aims to create a unified set of rules for animal care by dog breeders in the state, who are currently required to be licensed by either the state or the USDA, each of which operates under separate rules. Proposition B would require all breeders to provide continuous access to clean drinking water and indoor and outdoor facilities, and would mandate living spaces with solid floors and enough room for animals to turn around and stretch.

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