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    This is all very worry some for sure, but since we are all selling "working dogs," it would seem that we are exempt - correct?
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    That's my take--and the exemption that allows us to sell an occasional "pet" that doesn't measure up as a working dog should cover most of us.

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    http://www.aphis.usda.gov/newsroom/2..._2011-2003.pdf

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    here's the AKC's latest legislative alert
    http://www.akc.org/press_center/arti...rticle_id=5117
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    However, this rule will only affect those dog breeders who sell dogs as pets, not for
    hunting, security, breeding, or other purposes;
    This is the quote from the article, glad to be in the hunting dog department
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    And I'll be glad to be down to 4 breedable girls before long, regardless.

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    Ok, around page 30 on this link:http://www.aphis.usda.gov/newsroom/2..._2011-2003.pdf someone asks about requiring the direct viewing of the breeding animals and their living conditions. APHIS states that they are NOT changing the wording to include this (Thank God!) because it is beyond the scope of what they are trying to accomplish? WTH? I thought that the whole reason they are doing this is to insure the health and well being of the animals, right? I guess this only pertains to some animals and not others? They go on and on about the poor puppies being bought sight unseen with so many health issues, so they try to correct it by making people come and see the pup before its shipped. It doesn't require the seller to show anyone the dam or kennel area. It was even brought up that someone could meet at a dummy store or heck, even Walmart and that would fulfill the requirement.
    Don't get me wrong, I am all against this stupid farce against breeders, but how does this ensure that the pup that you are buying is healthy? Give a pup a bath with sweet smelling shampoo, clean the goop out of its eyes, feed it some tylan powder to cover up the diarrhea, and you have a pup that looks pretty normal. How many pet people even have an inkling of a clue as to what to look for? They are impulse buyers! See that cute little puppy? Oh I gotta have it now! Oh, it got a bit car sick, and that trip really tired him out because he just lays around, which is great because he isn't chewing on anything. Oh, and he must be housebroken because he hasn't pooped once!
    Unless the puppy mill or back yard breeder is a total idiot and tries to sell a half starved flea bitten hairless mutt (in which case, the buyer will most likely buy it to 'save it' ), I really don't see the whole point of this buyer, seller, pet, in the same place rule.
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    Yes, but you are now liable for sales tax since the buyer purchased the dog in state.
    IL is trying to crack down on breeders not charging sales tax for puppies. I got a nasty letter from them warning me that I'd better start charging and submitting sales tax for all puppies I sell.
    I don't sell puppies. I board dogs.


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    So let me get this straight. As long as you do not ship puppies (premises unseen), the number of breeding females doesn't matter other than what your local ordinances call for.
    And as long as a buyer comes in person to your "store" (lol), you are a retailer, and will be exempt from this license.
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    You don't charge sales tax on boarding?
    In my county in Wis. it is 5.5%.
    Same for selling anything.
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    I have a sales tax license and have to collect on pups picked up here. Iowa does not require sales tax on boarding because it is a "service," not a "product."

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