Puppy lemon law advances with Ill. House support

05/28/2013 | San Francisco Chronicle (free content)

The Illinois House has voted in favor of a law that would make those who sell pets more accountable for their health, including allowing owners to return pets for a refund or replacement within three weeks if their cat or dog becomes ill during that time frame and up to one year if congenital or hereditary defects surface, provided a veterinarian verifies the claims. The measure also allows for reimbursement of costs for veterinary care. The House made some changes that will need approval by the state Senate.

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