Missouri city drops proposal to ban pet sales

09/9/2010 | Suburban Journals (St. Louis)

Aldermen in Wentzville, Mo., on Wednesday defeated a proposal to ban the retail sale of cats and dogs in a bid to clamp down on puppy mills. The alderman who proposed the idea said it would cut off distribution centers for puppy mills. The measure would have exempted businesses that breed and sell pets on the same premises.

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