Today, as a comprehensive review of information published to its website continues, the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) posted inspection reports for some types of registrants it regulates.
A bill is advancing in the Montana Senate that would impact those who are charged with cruelty violations and whose animals are seized. AKC urges those who reside or participate in dog events in Montana to call their State Senator and express concerns with Senate Bill 203.
The Hawaii House of Representative’s Judiciary Committee is scheduled to consider dog-related proposals on Thursday, February 23, both of which the American Kennel Club (AKC) is concerned with.
All who reside or participate in events in Indiana and wish to comment on this bill are encouraged to respectfully contact the bill sponsor and Senate Civil Law Committee.
The Missouri House Local Government Committee will consider a bill tomorrow (Wednesday, February 22), that seeks to protect the rights of responsible dog owners in Missouri by prohibiting municipalities from enacting breed-specific policies. All who reside or participate in dog events in Missouri are encouraged to contact the House Local Government Committee in support of House Bill 905
Changes to the agenda for the Pinellas County Commission Meeting are possible up until the start of the meeting. The commission meeting starts today, February 21, 2017, at 2:00 p.m.
South Dakota House Bill 1159 seeks to impose additional requirements on and to establish additional inspections for commercial pet breeding operations in the state.
APHIS has posted additional information regarding the online disclosure of information of those who are licensed under the Animal Welfare Act. Read the APHIS statement for more information.
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