Pet stores can only sell rescued dogs, cats and rabbits under new CA law



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Starting Jan. 1, California shelter animals may find new homes by way of a pet shop window. It’s because of a new state law that bans pet stores from selling a dog, cat or rabbit in a pet store unless it was obtained from a public animal control agency or shelter, society for the prevention of cruelty to animals shelter, humane society shelter or rescue group. Watch the video above for the full story.

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California Will Become First State To Require Pet Stores To Sell Only Rescue Animals | TIME



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California will become the first state in the U.S. to prohibit the sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet stores unless the animals are from a rescue organization.
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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.

California to Become First State to Require Pet Stores to Sell Rescued Animals



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 California will become the first state in the U.S. to prohibit the sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet stores unless the animals are from a rescue organization.  The new law, titled AB 485, is an effort to crack down on puppy mills. Starting on Jan 1. 2019, California pet shops will only be allowed to sell dogs, cats, and rabbits from shelters and rescues. The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now. View Sample Sign Up Now  The law will “require all sales of dogs and cats authorized by this provision to be in compliance with laws requiring the spaying or neutering of animals, as specified.”  AB 485 would also require each pet store to maintain records sufficient to document the source of each dog, cat, or rabbit the pet store sells and would authorize public animal control agencies or shelters to periodically require pet stores engaged in sales of dogs, cats, or rabbits to provide access to those records. Write to Gina Martinez at [email protected]

California’s Pet Stores To Only Sell Rescue Cats, Dogs And Rabbits – News Today



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California’s Pet Stores To Only Sell Rescue Cats, Dogs And Rabbits – News Today
#California, #PetStoresToOnlySellRescueCatsDogsAndRabbits California is ringing in the new year as the first state in the country to ban stores from selling dogs, cats and rabbits that aren’t rescues.
The Pet Rescue and Adoption Act, which was signed into law by California Gov. Jerry Brown in 2017, will go into effect on Tuesday, Jan. 1.
The law requires all pet shops to identify the public animal control agency, shelter or rescue group that the animal came from. Such information must be on display on its cage or in its enclosure.
The stores must also give public animal control agencies and shelters periodic access to those records. Anyone found to violate the law would be subject to a $500 fine.
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California is becoming the first state in the country to ban stores from selling nonrescue dogs, cats and rabbits.
The law intends to promote the adoption of pets from shelters and to help stop supporting mass breeding facilities ― popularly known as “puppy mills” ― which often have deplorable and inhumane conditions.
“In many cases, puppy mills house animals in overcrowded and unsanitary conditions without adequate food, water, socialization or veterinary care,” a fact sheet for the legislation said. “As a result, animals bred in these facilities often face an array of health problems, including communicable diseases, behavioral issues and genetic disorders.”
The public will still be allowed to purchase dogs, cats and rabbits directly from private breeders.
The bill, A.B. 485, received strong support from animal welfare organizations like the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Humane Society of the United States. According to the ASPCA, an estimated 1.5 million animals were euthanized in shelters in the U.S. in 2016.
Critics of the law expressed concern that it will make it harder for the public to find specific breeds and that it will put some shops out of business.
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Cali pet stores will only sell rescue animals



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California will be the first state to require pet stores to sell rescue animals under legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday.

Starting in 2019, pet stores will transition to selling dogs, cats and rabbits from shelters or adoption centers.

Stores can be fined $500 for each animal for sale that is not a rescue.

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Pet Stores In California Can Only Sell Rescue Animals



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California just became the first and only state to require pet stores to sell only rescue animals. Brett, Grace, and Jason discuss the move to combat puppy mills and kitten factories. Let us know what you think of selling rescue animals only.

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Pet Shops Sell Out Of Adorable ‘Panda Dogs’ As China Goes Crazy For The Black-And-White Canines



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Pet shops in China are selling out of adorable ‘Panda Dogs’ as the country goes crazy for the fluffy black-and-white canines. Despite their appearance, the dogs are not some bizarre new breed – but common Chows which have undergone a clever cosmetic makeover. In Chengdu city in southwest China’s Sichuan province, pet shop owner Hsin Ch’en cannot satisfy demand among the country’s new middle class who want the cute dogs as pets. “Ten years ago the natural instinct of a Chinese person was to eat a dog,” he said. “Now we are like westerners and want one as a companion. The cute breeds like French bulldogs and Labradors were the favourites, but now it is the panda dog.” Hsin Ch’en said he had perfected the technique of making a Chow resemble a panda – which is taking China by storm. He said: “With a bit of careful grooming and colouring it is easy to turn a chow into a panda dog in about two hours. “Then the look will stay with the dog for around six weeks and the owners bring them back for some touching up. “There are no chemicals or cruelty involved. But the price of the dog does rise significantly because of the amount of grooming that goes into it. “People don’t mind paying the extra though – they like the fact that heads turn in the street and they can tell their friends: ‘I have a panda dog’.”

中国宠物店掀起熊猫热,这些看起来像熊猫的宠物如今在中国风行一时。这些看起来像熊猫­的狗狗在中国宠物店里大受人们欢迎。随着崛起的中产阶级越来越喜欢养可爱的狗狗当宠物­,成都一家宠物店的店主陈晓齐都无法满足人们的需求了。”十年前,中国人的­天性是吃狗,”他说。”现在我们像西方人一样想养狗当宠物。一些­可爱的品种比如法国老虎狗和拉布拉多犬是之前人们的最爱,如今熊猫狗是人们的最爱。” 实际上陈的说法相当不诚实。这种熊猫狗并非杂种狗的一种,而是经过各种外表的修饰后才­看起来像熊猫的中国松狮犬。他说:”是我完善了这种修饰技巧,如今传播到全­国各地。” “只要花两个小时来对其进行细心的修饰和着色,就可轻易的将一条中国松狮犬­转变为熊猫狗。” “这种模样大约能维持6周左右,随后主人会再次把狗狗带到店里进行重新着色­。”不含任何的化学物质,手段也不残忍。” “但是由于在修饰上要花费很多材料,所以这种狗的价格上升了不少。但人们不­介意多花点钱——他们很享受街上人们的回头率,而且可以对自己的朋友们说:”­;我有一只熊猫狗。”

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Why Pet Stores Sell Small Hamster Cages



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Hello everyone! Today I have a video explaining why pet stores sell small hamster cages. I hope you learn a lot of understanding from this video!

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How To Buy And Sell Pets: Gold Guide Buying and Selling Pets



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Finally, a new How to Buy and Sell Pets Gold Guide. it has been just over four months and we’ve bought and sold a lot of pets. Made a lot of gold and purchased some cool items. I hit a new high for total amount of gold owned at 771,000 gold on July 6th, 2015. Just over a month later I’m below 10,000 gold after some mounts purchased for my collection. The good new is in a few more months we’ll make a new video on let you know hopefully we hit gold cap 😀 Might take longer then 6 months but one day I’ll get there. Prices of pets always go up and down. If you ever want to know how much a pet is worth please feel free to ask or contact us. Thank you for watching and take care.

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