MOUNT VERNON — With the end of SB130’s seven-year legislative odyssey comes an administrative grind expected to last months rather than years. Having defined “high-volume,” the Legislature stepped back and tasked the Department of Agriculture with regulation of dog breeders who fit the definition. Now, ODA will write and apply specific regulations to the state’s largest kennels.
Editor’s note: This is the final article in a series about Ohio Senate Bill 130, a new law governing high-volume dog breeders, and its implications for the state and Knox County.
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