Message from Facebook event page:The Cook County ordinance banning the sale of puppy mills dogs was set in place, but the Arlington Heights Happiness is Pets was granted a temporary exemption. Let’s show Arlington Heights officials that we don’t want this […]
Happiness is NOT Pets Protest in Arlington Heights, IL on Sunday, September 21 from 2-4pm.
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An Orland Park ordinance replacing a ban on the sale of pets from large commercial breeders with a pet shop licensing program and stronger disclosure requirements has won the acceptance of both animal activists and the village’s sole pet store owner.
"Short of a ban, it’s the best thing we could hope for," said Dianne Arp, Chicago outreach coordinator for the Companion Animal Protection Society.
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GREEN BAY, Wis. - Last month, St.
A Daily Herald editorial says towns like Arlington Heights can protect animals and permit legitimate, humane businesses to operate if they set firm standards after listening to all interests involved.