• California's New Law May Bring Renewed Interest In Black Market Puppies

    14 days ago - By iHeart Dogs

    California recently became the first state to ban the sale of commercially bred dogs in pet stores, but not everyone is optimistic about the change. The new law will come into effect in January 2019, and it states that instead of selling dogs and cats from breeders and puppy mills, pet stores will only be allowed to sell rescue animals. The purpose of the law is to give much-needed attention to the millions of homeless animals forced to live in shelters, and supporters also hope to cut off the last link in the supply chain that keeps puppy mills in business.
    While most animal advocates are...
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