Wisconsin Senate Committee to Consider Changing Animal Seizure Laws on 4/6
The Wisconsin Senate Committee on Ethics Reform and Government Operations will hold a public hearing on Senate Bill 580 on Tuesday, April 6, 2010.  SB 580 seeks to amend state statutes regarding the seizure and subsequent care of animals whose owners are suspected of mistreatment or dog fighting and are engaged in a legal proceeding.  […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/wisconsin-senate-committee-to-consider-changing-animal-seizure-laws-on/ | April 5, 2010
Jefferson Parish, LA, to Consider Breeder Licensing, Differential Fees, Spay/Neuter Law
The Jefferson Parish (LA) Council will consider several changes to the Parish’s animal ordinance on Wednesday, March 24.  In addition to other provisions imposes breeder permits and requires dogs to be spayed or neutered upon a second redemption from the Parish’s animal shelter during the lifetime of the animal.  The American Kennel Club opposes several […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/jefferson-parish-la-to-consider-breeder-licensing-differential-fees-sp/ | March 22, 2010
Oklahoma Breeders Bills to be Considered on Wednesday, March 24
Oklahoma Senate Bill 1340 and Senate Bill 1712, which seek to provide state oversight over certain dog breeders, will be considered by the House Economic Development and Financial Services Committee on Wednesday, March 24.  We strongly urge all concerned responsible dog breeders and owners in Oklahoma to consider the provisions of the bills (described below), […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/oklahoma-breeders-bills-to-be-considered-on-wednesday-march-24/ | March 22, 2010
Amendment to Maryland Dangerous Dog Bill to Prohibit Breed-Specific Local Laws
The Maryland Dog Federation has presented Baltimore Delegate Cheryl Glenn with an amendment to House Bill 1314.  Should the amendment be accepted, the bill, which seeks to strengthen the state’s dangerous dog law, would also provide that: "Nothing...shall...prevent a municipality from adopting or enforcing its own more stringent program for the control of dangerous dogs […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/amendment-to-maryland-dangerous-dog-bill-to-prohibit-breed-specific-lo/ | March 15, 2010
Massachusetts Debarking Bill Now In Senate
Last week, House Bill 344, which seeks to ban the surgical devocalization of dogs, passed the Massachusetts House of Representatives. The bill is now under the consideration of the Senate Committee on Rules and Ethics. The American Kennel Club is concerned that, if enacted, this legislation will lead to the unnecessary euthanization of many animals.  […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/massachusetts-debarking-bill-now-in-senate/ | March 10, 2010
Memphis to Hold Public Meeting March 16th on Breed-Specific Mandatory Spay/Neuter Proposal
Memphis City Councilman Shea Flinn will hold a public meeting on March 16th at 4pm on the proposed breed-specific mandatory spay/neuter ordinance. It is vital that responsible owners and breeders attend this meeting and voice their opposition to this ineffective and burdensome ordinance. Memphis Public Meeting March 16th at 4pm City Council Chambers 125 N. […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/memphis-to-hold-public-meeting-march-16th-on-breed-specific-mandatory/ | March 10, 2010
Minnesota Breeder Bill Voted Down
Yesterday, after amending the bill to have it conform to its House companion, the Minnesota Senate Agricultural and Veterans Committee voted down Senate File 7.  The bill sought to regulate the activities of dog owners/breeders who possess six or more adult intact female dogs. This action effectively prohibits further consideration of SF 7 by the […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/minnesota-breeder-bill-voted-down/ | March 10, 2010
Breeder Bills Under Consideration in Oklahoma
Two bills currently under consideration by the Oklahoma legislature seek to regulate some responsible dog breeders.  Representative Lee Denney of Cushing, who sponsored House Bill 1332 in 2009, is currently sponsoring House Bill 2745.  Known as the "Oklahoma Pet Quality Assurance and Protection Act," the bill seeks to create a voluntary program of compliance for […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/breeder-bills-under-consideration-in-oklahoma/ | March 9, 2010
Connecticut SB 274 Would Find Many Dog Enclosures ‘Unreasonable’
The Joint Committee on the Environment will hear Senate Bill 274, this Monday, March 8. As currently written, this bill would prohibit as “unreasonable” the tethering of dogs and the use of primary dog enclosures smaller than 100 square feet. The American Kennel Club is concerned by the strict requirements and the current wording of […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/connecticut-sb-274-would-find-many-dog-enclosures-unreasonable/ | March 3, 2010
URGENT ACTION REQUIRED: House to Vote on Resolution to Place Alternate Resolution on November Ballot
Missouri House Joint Resolution 86, sponsored by Representative Tom Loehner, seeks to protect the right of Missouri residents to raise animals in a humane manner that promotes animal health without the state imposing undue economic burdens on owners.  Both the American Kennel Club and the Missouri Federation of Animal Owners support this measure.  All responsible […]
https://www.akc.org/legislative-alerts/urgent-action-required-house-to-vote-on-resolution-to-place-alternate/ | March 3, 2010

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