Okla. breeders turn over dogs to rescue groups to avoid new rules

12/9/2010 | KJRH-TV (Tulsa, Okla.) · KOTV-TV (Tulsa, Okla.)

Some commercial breeders in Oklahoma are sending their dogs to rescue groups over fear of not being able to meet new regulations set to take effect in January. The Commercial Breeders Act, slated for a public hearing today, requires breeders to pass inspections and hire one full-time employee for every 25 dogs, among other measures. Rescue groups say they'd rather have the dogs than have them sold at auction.

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KJRH-TV (Tulsa, Okla.) · KOTV-TV (Tulsa, Okla.)

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