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
Briefly describe how USDA APHIS Animal Care is organized. 2. ... breeding
operations, including enforcement of ... List and briefly describe the types of
Jul 22, 2014 ... Prior to this rule change, most small/hobby breeders were considered by the
USDA to be retail pet stores and thus exempt from licensing and ...
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 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
Oct 17, 2013 ... Hobby breeders concerned about how new USDA regulations will affect them ...
dog breeders from being licensed and inspected by the USDA.
Take a look inside our gallery of photos taken by USDA inspectors at licensed
breeding facilities where violations were found. They depict both violations of the
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.
Every USDA Licensed Kennel Owner receives this or a similar fact sheet
explaining in general terms the kennel requirements. More detailed requirements