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

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]

Concerned Jacksonville residents call on state leaders to investigate local pet stores



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The document requests an investigation into the possible outbreak of Parvo, Giardia and Bordetella at local pet stores, including Pet World, Pet Land, BFF Puppies and Puppies Galore.

Baby Otters Receive Physical Therapy from Colorado State University Veterinarians



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Colorado State University veterinarians and animal rehabilitation specialists provided physical therapy and a diet plan for two five-month-old otters, Emilia and Olivia, who were abandoned in Alaska and came to the Downtown Aquarium in Denver with weak bones from lack of adequate nutrition.

Tumwater High Equestrian Drill Team 2011 takes First Place at WAHSET State Competition



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Tumwater High 1st place and State Champions at WAHSET 2011 Equestrian Drill Team Competition in Mosses Lake WA on 5-14-11. Awesome job everyone, coach Troy Valentine and special thanks go out to Buzz “Dial Tone” for filling in last minute.