Proactive move

New Brunswick to introduce new standards for pet stores, shelters, and kennels.

Under the new rules, owners of more than five dogs that are over six months of age will be required to adhere to nationally established standards of care.

“It’s obviously aimed at eliminating puppy mills, which are a problem throughout Canada and we’re taking a pro-active move on,” said Collins, the Liberal MLA for Moncton East.

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