Not for sale

B.C. SPCA and Langley Animal Protection Society asks Langley council to consider banning the sale of dogs from pet stores.

Price tag aside, the true cost of buying a puppy from a pet store is likely far greater than one might expect, and it’s something people simply shouldn’t do, says the SPCA’s general manager of cruelty investigations.

Marcie Moriarty and Langley Animal Protection Society’s shelter manager Sean Baker made that point during a presentation at Langley City Hall on Monday night, when they came to ask council to consider banning the sale of dogs at pet stores within the City.

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