poodle named hero in CanadaNew Pennsylvania legislation has gone a long way toward ending the state’s reputation as the “puppy mill” capital of the East.

The strictest kennel law in the nation is forcing some commercial dog breeders to shell out tens of thousands of dollars to comply with new standards. Scores of substandard commercial kennels have opted to close instead – freeing a minimum of 14,000 dogs from bleak surroundings where they typically received little attention or care.

(READ the story in the Huffington Post)

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