North Myrtle Beach becomes first city in S.C. to ban commercial pet sales

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NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — North Myrtle Beach passed an animal welfare ordinance this week that bans commercial businesses from selling cats and dogs, WMBF reported.

Businesses are now allowed to hold adoption events with rescue shelters and organizations.

My Horry News reports that North Myrtle Beach is the first city in South Carolina with a ban on commercial pet sales.

 

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