Three Siberian huskies were sold by dog breeders, but two of them were sold in Chicago, outsmarting a city ordinance along the way.
– The three Siberian Huskies were born on the 4th of September last year.
– When they were almost 3 months old, the breeder knew that they were ready for selling.
– Two of these purebred puppies were sold as “rescue dogs” in Chicago, to outsmart a certain city ordinance.
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Three healthy Siberian husky puppies were born on September 4, 2017. The owner of the new puppies was a purebred breeder and seller from Iowas. The newborn puppies were sheltered and cared for in a large warehouse made of metal.
When the three puppies reached three months, the dog breeder decided that they were ready for selling. Thus, they were sold once the veterinarian cleared them during a health inspection.
Two of these puppies were sold in Chicago, and labeled as “rescue dogs” to outsmart a city ordinance, and to make its price more favorable to the seller.
Read Stacy St. Clair and Christy Gutowski’s full article here – http://www.chicagotribune.com.