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Noble County Commissioners postponed their vote on a proposal that would restrict virtually all breeding in the county, thanks to the significant feedback they received from the community.

Among other provisions, the proposed laws would require a license for anyone who breeds a litter and sells or gives away even one dog.  The number of kennel licenses permitted each year will be very limited, and additional licenses could be auctioned off for up to $10,000.  Read AKC’s previous alert for more information on these proposals and how they would impact county dog owners.

The hearing has been rescheduled for:

Monday, November 26, 2018
1:00 pm
Noble County South Office Complex
Dekko Room
2090 N. SR 9
Albion, Indiana

If you live in Noble County, participate in dog events, or have obtained a dog from a breeder in the county, please consider attending this hearing or submitting comments through this online form: https://www.noblecountyplanning.com/awo-comment

AKC Government Relations thanks those who have taken the time to contact the county and encourage you to continue to do so.  AKC GR will continue to closely monitor the county’s actions on these proposals.

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