Pet Store Ordinance Discussed with Steve Dale, Susana Mendoza, Ald. James Cappleman


Puppies soon won’t be sold at pet stores in Chicago, due to a new ordinance, called The Companion Animal and Consumer Protection ordinance, which was brought forward by Chicago City Clerk Susana Mendoza. 

Clerk Mendoza will join me with Bill Moller on WGN Radio, Sunday, February 23, 2:30 p.m. CDT. On my show, Steve Dale’s Pet World,  6:35 AM on Sunday, February 23, 46th Ward Alderman James Cappleman,a dog lover, will talk about the The Companion Animal and Consumer Protection ordinance. which will limit the retail sale of dogs and cats from pet stores to only animals sourced from government-run shelters (such as Chicago Animal Care and Control), nonprofit rescue organizations or humane societies.

You can listen to Moller and I with Clerk Mendoza and my conversation with Ald. Cappleman on WGN Radio, 720 AM or HERE.

The Puppy Mill Project has been working for years to make this happen.

I explain in detail why I believe this proposed ordinance is a very good idea.

If you agree, please add you name to the thousands who have signed this petition.