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Veterinary group offers guidance following passage of Prop B in Missouri

In November, voters in Missouri narrowly passed Proposition B, instituting new restrictions on large-scale dog breeders. Proposition B limits the number of intact dogs allowed at breeding facilities, but Dr. Ron DeHaven, chief executive officer of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), explains there is no guarantee that it will improve the lives of dogs in these facilities. The AVMA has introduced a model bill to assist legislators in writing substantive legislation aimed at improving the treatment of dogs at breeders, shelters, and pet shops. Dr. DeHaven also urges all those who care about dogs to get involved and support the AVMA's efforts.
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