Republican Rep. Jason Saine of Lincolnton stoops to greet Earnest, a Jones County puppy mill survivor. Saine sponsored the original legislation to establish standards for commercial dog breeders, which has been stuck in the Senate.
Republican Rep. Jason Saine of Lincolnton stoops to greet Earnest, a Jones County puppy mill survivor. Saine sponsored the original legislation to establish standards for commercial dog breeders, which has been stuck in the Senate. Katy Canada - kcanada@newsobserver.com
Republican Rep. Jason Saine of Lincolnton stoops to greet Earnest, a Jones County puppy mill survivor. Saine sponsored the original legislation to establish standards for commercial dog breeders, which has been stuck in the Senate. Katy Canada - kcanada@newsobserver.com
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July 23, 2014 05:33 PM

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