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Publication/Event date: 2011-11-21

 

Publication name: Examiner.com

 

URL for more info: http://www.examiner.com/animal-advocacy-in-chicago/caps-warns-buyer-beware-when-purchasing-a-puppy-from-a-pet-store

 

Summary: The picture of a cute puppy in the window of a pet store waiting to be sold to a happy family is an endearing one. That is the picture projected in a 1950’ television production of Patti Page singing her hit record “How much is that doggie in the window?"

 

Today, Ms. Page sings a different tune. She now sings “Do you see that Doggie in the shelter?” Page claims she changed her mind about pet store puppies when she learned of “pet stores having mass breeding places and thought how terrible that was.”

 

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