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PENNSYLVANIA — Three months after the state beefed up regulations to ensure more humane conditions for dogs living in Pennsylvania’s largest commercial breeding kennels, 125 of the facilities across the state have closed.
But the loss of those kennels and the displacement of their dogs have not swamped the state’s rescues and shelters, as some had predicted.
Part of the reason for the smaller-than-expected surge in dogs is that dozens of kennels that do fall under the regulations are operating — legally — out of compliance.
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