“Puppy Lemon Law” signed in Illinois

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SPRINGFIELD, IL (KTVI)-Illinois Governor Pat Quinn has signed what’s being called the “Puppy Lemon Law”. The law is supposed to keep breeders and pet stores from selling pets that are sick.  Pet owners will be able to get full refunds or another animal if they buy a pet and it dies within 21 days. The law also provides reimbursement for veterinary care.

The law takes effect January 1, 2014.

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