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SL County Council endorses puppy mill ordinance

SL County Council endorses puppy mill ordinance



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SALT LAKE CITY -- The Salt Lake County Council has endorsed Utah's first-ever ordinance to regulate puppy mills.

The measures, presented by Council member Joe Hatch, will require anyone breeding more than one litter of puppies a year to obtain an annual license.

The conditions of that licensee would include proper housing for animals and resting periods for breeding animals.

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