UPDATE May 10, 2021: The bill has passed the full Senate and will now be heard in the Assembly.
The Puppy Mill Pipeline Act will drive the pet market toward more humane sources by shutting down the puppy mill to pet store pipeline and prohibiting the sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet stores. New York consumers will no longer be duped into buying a puppy mill puppy and left with high veterinary bills or the heartbreak of a sick puppy. New Yorkers will still be able to get the pet of their choice from shelters, rescues and responsible breeders.
Please call your Assemblymember today and ask them to support the Puppy Mill Pipeline Act, A.4283 Look up your Assemblymember's phone number. You can say: "As your constituent, I am calling to ask you to please support the Puppy Mill Pipeline Act, A. 4283, to stop the sale of puppy mill puppies in New York pet stores."
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