Puppies from Petland Mall of Georgia

In April 2019, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Petland Mall of Georgia alleging that the pet store defrauds consumers by misrepresenting that the puppies it sells are healthy, “the finest available” and “hand-picked” from USDA-approved “breeders who have years of experience in raising quality family pets” when, according to the complaint, the puppies come from puppy mills and suffer from serious illnesses and health conditions, including parvovirus and respiratory disease. (Singleton et al v. Petland Mall of Georgia LLC et al, Case No. 19-cv-1477, N. D. GA.)

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