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How and where do I acquire a dog breeding license in the ...

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How and where do I acquire a dog breeding license in the state of california
Submitted: 10 years ago.
Category: Dog
Expert:  NancyH replied 10 years ago.
and from the laws and ordinances for a person just having a single litter
"Backyard Breeder -- Dog Breeding License Required: Any person, except for someone having a valid kennel license who, for pay or other compensation, breeds a female dog must obtain an animal breeding permit. The permit fee is $125. In order to prevent the over-breeding of animals, each permit authorizes the whelping of no more than one litter per female dog in any 12-month period and no more than one litter per domestic household in any 12-month period. (Los Angeles County Code Title 10, Sec. 10.20.045 and 10.90.010)."
"Licenses are available at all six Los Angeles County Animal Care Centers and County sponsored low-cost vaccination clinics. In addition, licenses are also available at some city halls."
as this is for licensing dogs it would appear that you can get the forms for breeding license there too.
To keep intact dogs though you need to comply with the rules on that for LA county.
some of them are here
I would suggest calling the offices listed as you scroll down this page
to learn just exactly what you must do to comply.
Hope this helps you!
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