New California Law Says Pet Stores Can Only Sell Rescued Dogs, Cats And Rabbits | NBC Nightly News

New California Law Says Pet Stores Can Only Sell Rescued Dogs, Cats And Rabbits | NBC Nightly News



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Animal advocates are hailing the new law as putting pet welfare over profit, as the Humane Society says most of the dogs in these stores come from puppy mills. Breeders are concerned that the law will hurt their business.

33 thoughts on “New California Law Says Pet Stores Can Only Sell Rescued Dogs, Cats And Rabbits | NBC Nightly News”

  1. This will severely limit the amount of puppies available in Cali pet shops. I guess Californians will just have to buy the puppies they want in other states.

  2. What a joke. People should have the right to buy a pure breed if they want to. Not everyone wants an ugly shitbull with behavioral problems

  3. Wow California actually made a law that makes since now get rid of your sanctuary cities so good cops don't get killed by illegal imagrants

  4. Why would a respectable breeder sell puppies to/through a pet store? The respectable breeder will want to know who wants to buy a puppy and only sell if the new owner can offer the dog the condition it needs to thrive.

  5. Liberals can run your life and make better choices than general public! You are to stupid and government is smarter! I CALL BS

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