The annual license fee for licensed animal dealers (Class A or B) ranges from
$30 to ... by USDA. You cannot be licensed or registered as an exhibitor. You
must be ... have to be licensed if you sell dogs as breeding stock to other
animals. USDA-licensed breeders and dealers also have to comply with these
laws. Q. What types of dog/cat breeders and dealers does the USDA regulate?
Jan 4, 2012 ... There are many responsible breeders who treat their dogs with care, ... If a
breeder is USDA licensed that means they sell their puppies to ...
Sep 10, 2013 ... American Kennel Club - News Article - USDA/APHIS FINALIZES RULE ... or a
breeder to assess whether a seller would be subject to licensing, ...
Sep 6, 2013 ... All USDA/APHIS-licensed breeders must comply with the standards of care
outlined in federal regulations (9 CFR §§ 2.40 and 3.1-3.19).
Living under USDA licensing is NOT an option for the average retail seller. ...
Separate facility meeting USDA standards will be needed for puppies (they
How to find a USDA licensed breeding or brokering facility. There are thousands
commercial breeding facilities in the U.S. The U.S. Government's APHIS ...
In the case of wild felines specifically, a USDA Class A license, sometimes
referred to as a breeder's license, is mandatory if the individual is engaged in the
Mar 2, 2010 ... USDA requires individuals who breed certain animals for commercial sale, use
them in research, exhibit them to the public, or transport them ...
Jan 31, 2011 ... I need a list of dog breeders in my state and information on guidelines ... to pet
stores, brokers, or research facilities to be licensed with USDA.