among the top producers of puppies in the nation, yet has no state laws to
license, inspect or regulate the dog and cat breeding industry.
This lack of oversight
allows for deplorable breeding conditions, allowing unhealthy dogs and cats to
be sold to unsuspecting consumers. Lack of oversight also prevents law
enforcement and humane agents to stop abuse and neglect in inhumane breeding
facilities before it starts.
Speak up for Minnesota dogs and cats. Please call your legislators and log your call using this page (talking points below), or visit this page to contact your legislators by email.
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What to say:
Personal messages are the most effective way to reach our
Minnesota Legislature. When reaching out, please consider the following:
Keep it brief. Legislators are very
busy and the more concise you are, the better it will be received.
Make it personal. Share a personal
story and/or your personal reasons for supporting the bill.
Be specific about the bill.
them for taking the time to speak with you.
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