West Suburban Residents Fight To Ban Sale Of Dogs From Puppy Mills
Some Western suburbs are continuing their four-year fight to make sure pet stores get their puppies from humane breeders and not puppy mills. CBS 2’s Audrina Bigos reports many residents who showed up at Tuesday night’s city council meeting in Naperville are fighting for a measure Chicago and Cook County already have in place – a complete ban on the sale of puppy mill dogs at pet stores.

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