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Governor Signs Puppy Mill Regulation Bill Into Law

There are 105 comments on the Oklahoma Impact Team story from May 6, 2010, titled Governor Signs Puppy Mill Regulation Bill Into Law. In it, Oklahoma Impact Team reports that:

It's been an ongoing battle at the state capitol in Oklahoma for three years now and Thursday, animal advocates won.

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Edmond, OK

#102 May 19, 2010
tired of it wrote:
What a waste of time and money.
Would have been better if they used the time to pass a bill that would outlaw all dog breeds that weigh over 20 pounds.
Except the vast number of puppy mills concentrate on dogs under 20 pounds -- yorkies and their mixes, poodles and their mixes, chihuahuas, shitzus, etc.
Proud hater

United States

#103 May 19, 2010
Proud hater wrote:
<quoted text>good number to have

Coffeyville, KS

#104 Jul 13, 2010
I must say that it about time that we do something. Congrats to the people that got this bill passed. Please know that there are MANY people that support you and this bill, not just the people from Oklahoma. Thanks to all of you for caring.

Coffeyville, KS

#105 Jul 13, 2010
svadsdv wrote:
I am a dog lover and I couldn't imagine being without my babies. Having said that I paid a lot for them and when I wanted one I went and got one. You go to the Love-a-pet and petsmart's and BAM your hit with 3-4-600.00 for a good dog. One of my Doxies came from a large breader (some would call it a puppy mill) and I paid a less buying direct. I did see one at Petsmart but this Animal Person that was helping the shelter that Pet-Smart had let come in and adopt dogs was a biTgh and was rude.
I do not like this bill. Oklahomans bring a lot of money from other states in off the sale of animals. Is it all texed? Doubt it but they buy stuff for themselves and the animals that is taxed. Sooner or later it's money brought here and spent here. This bill is wrong. Shame on Henry for signing this. There should be guidline sure and the people that run nasty places and don't take care of the dogs should be held to a higher system of laws.
1. Teach them what they did wrong
2. do it again and go to jail.
I just saw this post and I must say YOU are type of person that does not need to have a dog. You are supporting the puppy mills, why, so you can save money. If you were a true dog lover you would worry about the dog not the money. Buy a hampster they only live about 4 years, that would cause more money to be generated if that is what you are worried about. SHAME ON YOU!
Dog Gourmet

United States

#106 Jun 30, 2012
I like to show up at the shelter and adopt all the dogs. It makes the shelter people happy. I eat all the small breed dogs, and sell the larger ones to research facilities where they can learn to wear make up, and try out all the new products before us humans even get to- lucky dogs

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