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- Puppy mills are bad
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- Where to get a dog
- Where to shop, and not to shop
Week In Review - March 6, 2013
Lawmakers look to crack down on online puppy sales
Lawmakers are looking to close a loophole that allows online puppy sales to go completely unregulated. Right now, unlike pets sold in stores, pets sold online are not guaranteed anything -- including food, water, protection from extremes of heat or cold, exercise, or a clean, safe place to live.
Dogs recovering from suspected Sampson County puppy mill
Nearly 60 small dogs are recovering after being rescued from a suspected puppy mill in Sampson County.
Middleburg couple accused of fraudulent puppy sales
Some of dogs bought through Craigslist needed medical care, some died