Minnesota lawmakers looking to crack down on pet mills
ST. PAUL — Animals rescued from so-called puppy mills often are sick, starving and dirty. But groups like the Animal Humane Society cannot enter those sites until a complaint is lodged about the conditions.
“By that time, it’s typically too late,” Keith Streff, Animal Humane Society humane agent, told the Minnesota House civil law committee Wednesday.
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