Proposed law in Michigan would provide a warranty on pet purchases

09/1/2011 |

A new proposal in Michigan would define cats or dogs as "unfit for sale" if, within 30 days, a veterinarian determines the animal had a contagious disease at the time of purchase, or if within 90 days, a veterinarian states the animal has a congenital defect. The proposal includes provisions for returning or exchanging an "unfit" pet or keeping the pet and receiving reimbursement for medical expenses, though the amount of the reimbursement could not exceed the animal's original purchase price.

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