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Saving lives, one puppy at a time

Saving lives, one puppy at a time
Publication/Event date: 2010-04-14
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Summary: Two local residents convert their pet shop into a “rescue” store, selling only animals that have come from shelters or that have been rescued or dropped off by owners who don't want them anymore.

CAPS Marches Against LA Puppy Mill Store On Valentine's Day

Publication/Event date: 2010-02-15 Publication name: WeHoNews URL for more info: Article excerpt: West Hollywood, California (February 15, 2010) – Invigorated by their pioneering effort to ban the sale of puppy mill and kitty factory animals by retailers in West Hollywood, Companion Animal Protection Society (CAPS) took on a Los Angeles retailer on Valentines Day, challenging them to show some heart and stop selling mill-bred ...

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