Missouri town considers pet sales ban

An ordinance being considered in Wentzville, Mo., seeks to ban stores from selling, bartering, auctioning, delivering and giving away cats and dogs in a bid to crack down on puppy mills. The measure would not apply to businesses that breed and sell pets on the same premises as well as animal shelters, rescues and other nonprofit groups.

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Springfield News-Leader (Mo.) (tiered subscription model)

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