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The laws apply to all New York City pet shops that sell dogs, cats and/or rabbits
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Almost everyone back at headquarters, including The Boss, had wondered how selling hot dogs qualified as an executive pursuit. To me, it seemed like a no-brainer for any executive who loves baseball. Hot-dog vendors get to watch games free, interact with the fans and make some money while they’re at it. I figured it as an entertaining — and easy — divertissement.
On a recent trip to Hawaii, I saw dogs for sale all over the place, from pickup trucks to front yards. Wow, we still sell dogs this way?
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But failure could also come in several forms. Burger King could wind up diverting customers from hamburgers to hot dogs, a mishap that industry folks refer to as "cannibalizing" sales. Or, of course, people just don't buy them. McDonald's once peddled its McHotDogs in the UK, plus a couple small towns in the U.S. back in the 1960's, for a limited time, but there wasn't enough demand to keep it on the menu permanently. Wendy's, on the other hand, seems to have had some success selling hot dogs in Australia, which come wrapped in pink sleeves covered in hearts and a side of cream cheese or something called "cheese butter." Jun 19, 2017 - Street vendors in Bali are brutally killing dogs and selling the meat to tourists ..
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Phoenix, AZ, Beverly Hills, and about 60 other cities across the U.S. have all passed laws making it illegal for pet stores to sell any cats or dogs that don't come from a shelter or rescue.

The ramifications of this are incredible! These cities have struck a huge blow against the puppy mill and animal trafficking trade. They have given stray dogs and cats a chance to have a real life and to find a forever family.

Please sign this petition to urge Governor Cuomo and the New York State Legislature to follow the lead of these animal-loving cities and institute a statewide law requiring that any cat or dog sold in a pet shop come from a shelter or rescue. Just imagine how many animals we would be able to save if we had a requirement like this. And perhaps it would encourage other states to pass similar laws, or even pave the way for a federal law.All this information will help you to sell your puppies – the more you know, the better you can advertise your dogs. Also, you should always make sure your clients are well aware of the dogs they are taking in. This is the best way to avoid reputation-ruining complaints and lawsuits.To Governor Cuomo and the New York State Legislature,

Phoenix, AZ, Beverly Hills, and about 60 other cities across the U.S. have all passed laws making it illegal for pet stores to sell any cats or dogs that don't come from a shelter or rescue.

The ramifications of this are incredible! These cities have struck a huge blow against the puppy mill and animal trafficking trade. They have given stray dogs and cats a chance to have a real life and to find a forever family.

Please follow the lead of these animal-loving cities and institute a statewide law requiring that any cat or dog sold in a pet shop come from a shelter or rescue. Just imagine how many animals we would be able to save if we had a requirement like this. And perhaps it would encourage other states to pass similar laws, or even pave the way for a federal law.Better yet this bill, known as AB485, allows California residents to buy animals directly from breeders. This means they will have the chance to see the facility in person and assess the cleanliness and order of the environment before buying a dog. Likewise, it strictly prohibits pet stores from selling dogs, rabbits, or cats unless they came from a nonprofit rescue organization or animal shelter. Supporters say this means more animals will have a chance of becoming adopted.