INITIATIVE, PROPOSITION B, HAS BEEN APPROVED TO GO ON THE NOVEMBER 2,
2010 ELECTION BALLOT IN MISSOURI
results of the November 2nd, 2010 election on
hear what the "American Veterinary Medical Association" (AVMA)
had to say about Prop B, Click Here.
"Proposition B" applies to breeders with 10 or more intact female dogs, limits the number of breeding dogs to 50 per kennel, limits breeding to no more than twice in any eighteen-month period, requires daily exercise, veterinary care for any injury or illness, and requires controlled temperatures not to exceed 85 degrees or fall below 45 degrees. Facility and pen size requirements far exceed that which legal, licensed breeders currently must have to be in compliance with state and federal laws, and many of the requirements are virtually cost prohibitive when allowing only 50 breeding dogs maximum for generating income.
Read the exact language
of the "Prop. B" Ballot Initiative (.pdf)