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California becomes first state to ban puppy mills
Starting in 2019, pet store owners in California will be no longer be able to sell animals from so-called puppy mills. The new law will require pet store owners to sell dogs, cats and rabbits from shelters, rescue groups and adoption centers with violators facing a $500 fine.
Pets and Animals
Annual Clear the Shelters event aims to boost pet adoptions02:22
Travel industry cracking down on rules regarding service animals02:20
Jane Lynch hosts a 4th hour edition of ‘Hollywood Game Night’02:53
Jane Lynch joins KLG and Hoda to help Clear the Shelters02:58
Adopt a pet without the adoption fee! Lear more about NBC’s Clear the Shelters program00:44
Watch Jenna Bush Hager go whale watching off the coast of New York City04:23