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A law in Ontario for end puppy mills

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Ontario wants to legislate to ban puppy mill practices that can be found across the country. (Archive photo)

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Ontario has introduced new legislation aimed at ending puppy mills, the first in a series of animal protection measures she hopes to implement in the coming months.

Solicitor General Michael Kerzner says Ontario will become the first province to introduce minimum penalties for those caught operating puppy mills.

If passed, the law would impose a penalty of $10,000 for operating a puppy mill and $25,000 if the violation resulted in the death of a dog.

The province intends to make it illegal to inbreed, breed a female dog more than three times in two years and breed a female dog less than a year old .

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