Ind. bill would require pet stores to provide buyers with info

01/28/2010 | (Michigan) (free registration)

The House Courts and Criminal Code Committee in Indiana voted in favor of a bill that would require pet stores in the state to provide information about a dog or cat's health history and background before it is sold to a customer. The measure, which aims to protect buyers looking for family pets, has been forwarded to the full state House for review.

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