The New York Legislature is considering a game-changing bill that would give local governments and citizens more ability to regulate puppy mills in their communities. New York's lax laws are attractive to some of the worst puppy millers, and dogs suffer in cruel conditions every day. A.740/S.3753 would allow local communities to crack down on puppy mills that put profit before animal welfare.

The legislative session is almost over -- we need your help to pass this legislation. Please make a brief, polite phone call to Asmblymbr. Debandah Glick (518) 455-4841 and Sen. Daniel Squadron (518) 455-2625 and urge support for A.740/S.3753 to allow local governments to regulate puppy mills. You can say, "As your constituent, I'm asking that you please support A.740/S.3753."