Cardinals manager helps with ballot initiative to eliminate puppy mills in Missouri

05/12/2010 | KOMU-TV (University of Missouri)

St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa, along with veterinarians and some politicians, is helping with efforts to advance a ballot proposal in Missouri that seeks to halt puppy-mill operations in the state. The Puppy Mills Cruelty Prevention Act would require in-state breeders to limit their breeding animals to 50 as well as provide dogs with sufficient food, safe living conditions and veterinary care.

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