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Resource ID: #17077
Subject: Animals
Source: Missourian (Columbia, Mo.)
Date: 2000-12-17



The Columbia Missourian investigates puppy mills in the state of Missouri. Two-thirds of the nation's puppies are born in Missouri, however, regulation of the state's puppy mills is the weakest in the country. All other states are regulated by the United States Department of Agriculture. Puppy mills in Missouri, on the other hand, are regulated by Animal Care Facilities Program, a locally opperated agency. The ACFP was created because Missouri has so many puppy mills that the USDA had difficulties regulating them all.

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