'Puppy Mill' Bill Would Ban Sale Of Animals From Unregulated Facilities

State lawmakers are announcing their support of a bill that would ban the sale of animals from "puppy mills."

Under the proposed law, dogs, cats, and bunnies that came from unregulated breeding facilities would be prohibited from being sold at pet stores.

Supporters say that many animals sold in New York are raised out of state in cruel and unsanitary conditions.

Some pet shop owners say they fear unintended consequences, adding it seems lawmakers are unable to separate good stores from the bad.

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