Legislators argue over numerous issues, but one thing they can agree on is help for Fido.
Jade Mingus has more from Jefferson City.
Despite bipartisan support, legislators couldn't get it together to save the animals.
Both Republican Senator John Loudon of St. Louis County and Democrat Senator Victor Callahan of Independence backed animal bills that didn't go anywhere during this legislative session.
Loudon's bill would have required those who sell animals for research to post a picture on the internet for 30 days.
Loudon said he backed the bill to protect family pets.
Loudon says he will push the bill next legislative session. From the state Capitol, I'm Jade Mingus.
Legislators passed several controversial bills this past session, but one issue they did not deal with was pets.
Jade Mingus has more from the state Capitol.
Senators from both sides proposed pet bills that did not get passed.
St. Louis County Republican Senator John Loudon's animal bill would have forced people to post pictures of animals on the internet for 30 days before they sold them for research.
Democratic Senator Victor Callahan of Independence backed a bill that would give a hundred dollar tax credit to anyone who adopted a dog from an animal shelter.
Callahan says he will introduce the bill next year.
From the state Capitol, I'm Jade Mingus.