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Pet Breeding Legislation Stirs Up Dog Fight at State Capitol

There are 124 comments on the Oklahoma Impact Team story from Feb 25, 2010, titled Pet Breeding Legislation Stirs Up Dog Fight at State Capitol. In it, Oklahoma Impact Team reports that:

Selling puppies is big business in Oklahoma, and yet it's completely unregulated.

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Moose

Edmond, OK

#123 Mar 18, 2010
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Sorry Moose. Free enterprize and capitalizm = competition. The animal lovers can pool their donated resources to establish state of the art facilities to properly treat and raise animals and put the puppy mills out of business. ALL WITHOUT TAX DOLLARS! The gov't can't adequately fund and adminsiter facilities to shelter and care for abused women, children, and veterans! Don't force your wishes on those of us who don't want our legislators to create another tax dependant mission on behalf of pets! At best, keep your political efforts at the local level. Let your local politicians levy local taxes to sooth your concience.
Well, first, the only ones getting taxed here are the breeders, and they are only being forced to pay the taxes that they should ALREADY be paying. No one is suggesting that you take even $1 from the programs to feed the elderly or deal with child abuse. SB 1712 is completely revenue neutral.

As to the "Free enterprize and capitalizm = competition" argument, so you are saying that no regulations of any enterprise at all can be justified? Cause if I offer sub-prime mortgages to people who can't afford to buy the house they want and will probably eventually default, I can make a bunch of money and pull out just at the point where the whole thing collapses. How did that work out for the US (and the rest of the world)? Did that provide healthcare for one orphan? Did that give one homeless disabled veteran food or shelter for one night?

If you and your fellow puppy millers don't want to live in a state that requires breeders to provide reasonable care, you can always move to Missouri.
marty

Stillwater, OK

#124 Jan 22, 2011
we need to stop breeding of all kinds,for every animal sold in okla.One will die in a animal shelter,because he or she was replaced by a breeded animal.All for A damm profit.
cindy

Stillwater, OK

#125 Jan 22, 2011
I agree,but not only okla,every state.stop breeders.
dkfs

Crescent City, CA

#126 May 27, 2012
cages,?

kennels are one thing, but cages?
that is insane and cruel,
breeders should be inspected...

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