Missouri Proposition B: The Puppy Mil...

Missouri Proposition B: The Puppy Mill Bill

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 7, 2010

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The Scoop

Lenexa, KS

#7253 Aug 27, 2013
DOGS RULE wrote:
Yes the lawsuit is on behalf of breeders but only to get rid of the regs that are costly, no benefit to the dogs ect. I do agree the breeders that where forced out should be granted $ and so should breeders like myself that have spent $ to comply with the regs. Recently Davis Kennel in Webster Co. was being harressed through the state inspection progress. The judge ruled in favor of the breeder. Not only are breeders now living with these new regs, the inspectors are very inconsistant. They interupt the regs all differently...one will consider it a violation and another will pass it.
This is exactly what is going on.It is time to put a stop to this activity.
voter

Batesville, AR

#7254 Aug 28, 2013
im all for it
Countrystrong

Lenexa, KS

#7255 Aug 30, 2013
I googled dog breeders in the state of mo.suied by the mo. attoney general.WOW !What if the state inspectors could come into our homes and ck our dogs.Pretty much everyone has carpet in their homes.carpet is not inprevous to water so,that would be a vilation.Or if the water bowl got tipped over,vilation.Your dog could not sleep in your bed.Because your bed is not concreat or gravel.Or you don't have a collar on your dog with his name and number on it.Vilation!Oh and how bout your dog licks his foot and cause a sore you take the dog to the vet.you follow the vet's advise on treatment because you want the best for your beloved dog.But you forgot to make a daily log of the days you treated your dog with the meds that your vet percribed.That would be a vilation also.If the state dog inspectors could come in to your home and they could inspect your home like they inspect dog kennels under the same rules we would all be in vilation.Each vilation can cost $1,000.00.These dog breeders that are still standing. are working 24/7 to stay in compliance with the rules and regIt is a sad thing to watch what is going on in AG today.All the small business that are having to shut down.Still payen taxs that they have no control of how they are spent.But they themselves are out of a job!
Countrystrong

Lenexa, KS

#7256 Aug 30, 2013
The actual Bill wrote:
The actual bill can be read here
http://www.sos.mo.gov/elections/2010petitions...
Looks like you should go ahead and vote yes as it only applies to female dogs and as long as you breed dogs you say are for "hunting" you don't have to comply.
Pay Attention to legislation ! This may change.
Countrystrong

Lenexa, KS

#7257 Aug 30, 2013
keys sticking on key pad.Violate,violation.just trying to correct spelling.lol
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Nixa, MO

#7258 Aug 31, 2013
their is more to come!!!!!!!!
Nicki Yarrell

Ashburn, VA

#7261 Sep 2, 2013
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Hugh Trimnell

Ashburn, VA

#7263 Sep 2, 2013
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msc

Perryville, MO

#7267 Sep 2, 2013
There needs to even stricter regulations on breeding dogs period. For the dogs with high prey drive or that are reported to bite often people should have a special license & all breeders should have a license! People who do not completely Vet out dogs they breed for profit should be fined or prosecuted. These are living, breathing FEELING beings and should be treated as such. People without said license should not be able to "sell" dogs or ask "re-homing" fees without possible threat of prosecution.
Don Tarr

Neosho, MO

#7269 Sep 4, 2013
msc wrote:
There needs to even stricter regulations on breeding dogs period. For the dogs with high prey drive or that are reported to bite often people should have a special license & all breeders should have a license! People who do not completely Vet out dogs they breed for profit should be fined or prosecuted. These are living, breathing FEELING beings and should be treated as such. People without said license should not be able to "sell" dogs or ask "re-homing" fees without possible threat of prosecution.
The law in question would do NOTHING to address your complaints. There are already strict laws regarding predatory or vicious dogs. This bill's real intent is in the fine print, i.e. defining "domestic animals" to be ANY animal living near a house. How "near" is not defined, so suddenly all farm animals and livestock could be included. That puts Animal Rights activists basically overseeing, and litigating, all farms and ranches in Missouri. Very quickly that would destroy agriculture in the state, and take years to undo. Do not for one minute think this is a wild theory, it is the guiding force behind Prop B.
Don Tarr

Neosho, MO

#7270 Sep 4, 2013
Not on topic--Advertisement. If they want to advertise a dating site they should pay for it like everyone else.
Cow

Wentzville, MO

#7271 Sep 5, 2013
karma wrote:
we need strict sentences for animal cruelty, death sentences.
Can we start with you?
Back When

Kansas City, KS

#7272 Sep 6, 2013
Don Tarr wrote:
<quoted text>
The law in question would do NOTHING to address your complaints. There are already strict laws regarding predatory or vicious dogs. This bill's real intent is in the fine print, i.e. defining "domestic animals" to be ANY animal living near a house. How "near" is not defined, so suddenly all farm animals and livestock could be included. That puts Animal Rights activists basically overseeing, and litigating, all farms and ranches in Missouri. Very quickly that would destroy agriculture in the state, and take years to undo. Do not for one minute think this is a wild theory, it is the guiding force behind Prop B.
You are so,right.
agreeing

El Dorado Springs, MO

#7273 Sep 7, 2013
yes advertisment
Insideman

United States

#7274 Oct 6, 2013
FYI. Post Prop B rollback was orchestrated by a man now serving you in DC.
Oddly enough said mans mother had received numerous deficiencies during numerous inspections.
Go figure

Since: Oct 13

United States

#7275 Oct 7, 2013
Vote no and i am a animal lover but the people that are voting yes are vegans they have to be if they actually sat in on the hearings like i did there intent is to govern all animal livestock socializem at its finest you people quit making these laws are four fathers would be rolling over In there graves from all the freedoms that we have already give up and quit worrying about how these dogs are getting tteated worry about are people in are country that are starving are getting. treated dogs are livestock
Anonymous

United States

#7277 Oct 11, 2013
Does rep. Long's family run a puppy mill in Salem ,MO?
clueless

Overland Park, KS

#7278 Oct 11, 2013
mountainbluecollar wrote:
Does rep. Long's family run a puppy mill in Salem ,MO?
No such thing as a puppymill !!!!!!!!! Their are people out there that mistreat all different types of animals who are not breeders.Wake up.before we all starve .Google the calvary group.Read what they have to say about the puppy breeders,the deer breeders,hog breeders.Etc.All this stuff is going on right under our nose and we can't see.All we hear about is a puppymill.
Jim

West Plains, MO

#7279 Oct 12, 2013
I like puppies.
ava

Columbia, MO

#7286 Jan 24, 2014
Wow

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