Two years ago, images of matted and diseased dogs in tiny wire cages helped spur changes in Missouri law.
The Missouri Department of Agriculture says the owner agreed to give up the dogs and close the facility.
The proposal would add a “right to raise livestock” to the Missouri Constitution.
Several humane groups have voiced concerns that increased costs for the state licenses of animal shelters could cause financial problems for those facilities.
Go see the new photo of the late Elizabeth Tyalor at Mike Shannon’s Steaks and Seafood. However, unless you’re getting a tour from management, only ladies can see it since it is in their restroom. […]
Dog breeders and dog breeding supporters spilled out of committee hearing rooms and jammed the hallways of Missouri’s Capitol for two days this week.
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