Ill. gov backs pet lemon law

08/18/2013 | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn has signed a law that requires pet stores to give consumers a full refund or a replacement pet if the one they purchase dies within 21 days. The measure also calls for reimbursement of veterinary bills for people who decide to keep animals that are determined to have been ill when they were sold, and it requires pet stores to notify the state and customers of any illness outbreaks.

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