She mentioned that there was an initiative three years ago regarding puppy mills in
Oreck also explained that last week an ordinance was placed on commercially bred labs (which are some of the most cruelly reproduced) that allowed businesses to have rescued animals in their stores to allow pets to have a safe home to live in. It is also in the best interest of the stores to modify their operations systems in order to survive the harsh economy. Oreck indicated that it’s more difficult for people to afford a pet that costs thousands of dollars. A number of people are becoming more understanding and supportive of providing rescued animals with safe homes. The new regulation provides the opportunity for businesses to stay afloat, and for people to take home a pet in need.
The ordinance will be signed and is expected to take effect in six months. In one year, it will be re-evaluated on the changes that have occurred since it was put into action. Even though
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