Pet Stores In Major U.S. Cities Are Forced Now To Only Sell Rescues

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Pet storesin Arizona are no more allowed to sell non sheltered or rescued dogs and cats, it is illegal now to do so. Beverly Hills lawmakers are now following Arizona, it this amazing step, and preventspet storesfrom selling bred pets.


This is no less than a remarkable news for all the pets that has either been rescued or are living their life in a shelter. Lawmakers at Arizona has made it mandatory for the pets store to sell only those cats and dogs that are either rescued or are taken from a shelter. The great news is that lawmakers in Beverley Hills also followed this great decision that would prohibit professional pet stores from selling commercially bred pets.


Huge thanks to a federal judge in Phoenix, Arizona who told that all animals inpet storesshould only come from animal shelters or non-profit organizations. So Phoenix has just become the first of the states to put an end to the puppy mills. An estimated of 23,000 dogs are sold every year and this will certainly improve dogs’ lives. Now shelter dogs won’t have to wait for months or years to get adopted thanks to U.S. District Court Judge David Campbell who passed this decision.


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