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Kennel Club praises ‘crack down’ on Scottish puppy farms

‘Lucy’s Law’ will mean puppies and kittens will no longer be sold in the country by a third party seller, unless they are bred in-house

The Kennel Club has come out in support of ‘Lucy’s Law’, the Scottish government’s new legislation which is “cracking down” on Scottish puppy farms.

Under ‘Lucy’s Law’, puppies and kittens will no longer be allowed to be sold in the country by a third party seller, such as pet shops and commercial sellers, unless they are bred by the sellers themselves.

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