New York’s Charlemagne’s Law

Wednesday, 11 April 2012 03:38
Publication/Event date: 2012-04-06
Publication name:
For the Love of the Dog Blog
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http://fortheloveofthedogblog.com/news-updates/new-yorks-charlemagnes-law
Summary: Lorianne Pagano never knew about puppy mills. Her first experience with puppy mill dogs was the hardest. In 2003, her husband purchased for her a little Brussels Griffon puppy from a pet store in Amityville, NY. They were delighted with their new family member – they named him Charlemagne. They brought him home, gave him love and good food. He was also brought home with a host of health problems. Lorianne spent thousands and thousands of dollars in vet bills trying to heal Charlemangne’s health problems. In January, 2007, Charlemagne succumbed to kidney disease, a heart murmur and high blood pressure. Charlemagne was the product of a puppy mill. The pet store never admitted Charlemagne was bred in a puppy mill. Not an uncommon scenario with any pet store or pet dealer that sells dogs. Continue reading…


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