Thursday, February 21, 2008


The Minnesota House narrowly passed a bill Thursday that would require a permit to operate a large-scale dog or cat breeding operation. Democrat Frank Hornstein said the bill was an attempt to connect a patchwork of existing regulations and address issues of humane treatment of animals. The permits would cost $900 and the bill would allow unannounced inspections. There are roughly 500 dog and cat breeders in Minnesota.

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