Should puppy mills be Federally regulated to more humane requirements?

Posted by: Couchgolfer

In 1966 the Animal Welfare Act became law. But the USDA is lax in enforcement. Are stricter laws needed?

Poll closed on 8/10/2016 at 12:01AM.
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Stricter Laws on Puppy Mills

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Send 'em to Flavortown.

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Flavortown.

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Dead shelter animals

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Feed the animals to Satan

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Couchgolfer says2016-08-03T15:20:11.5137491Z
Puppy Mills are supposed to be inspected by the USDA. And the only requirements of puppy mills are that the breeding animals are kept in cages 6 inches longer and taller than the animal, and there's no regulations on the number of litters a female animal can have per year. The end result are unwanted dogs and cats sent to the shelters where they'll be euthanized. One litter per year, per animal, should be enforced.
NewLifeChristian says2016-08-03T21:37:41.9793266Z
http://i.imgur.com/tN4ds.jpg cute puppy photo

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