Chicago’s puppy mill ordinance on hold due to court fight

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CHICAGO -- Chicago's new puppy mill ordinance banning the sale of dogs raised in controversial mills was to take effect tomorrow, and is now on hold due to a court fight.

One pet store owner in Lincoln Park says the ordinance is not fair.

The owner of Pocket Puppies says it will cost him his livelihood -- and that the ordinance designed to help animals could end up doing the opposite.

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1 Comment

  • Stephen

    What’s the issue here? Puppy mills should be banned, and to the store owners bitching…its a simple solution, stop thinking about filling your pockets and don’t buy from these places. Do what’s best for the animal for once

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