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Animals rescued from blaze at Los Angeles pet shop | The Fresno Bee
Three years ago, Los Angeles lawmakers decided to ban pet shops from selling commercially bred dogs, cats and rabbits, arguing that such sales only added to the number of stray animals citywide.
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Los Angeles is poised to become the largest city in the nation to ban pet shops from selling dogs, cats and rabbits obtained from commercial breeders -– and animal rights activists are hoping other large cities follow suit.
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Petopia, which finds homes for rescued cats among the shoppers meandering a Woodland Hills mall, has to relocate to an industrial zone because of a court decision that went against Los Angeles.Blue Collar Working Dog is a pet store that caters specifically to a frequently overlooked segment of the canine world—the active dog. The brainchild of husband and wife team Barry Hewitt and Michelle van Arendonk, Blue Collar Working Dog services every type of active canine—police, security, service, therapy and sporting dogs are all covered here (as are regular ol' energetic, run-around pups). Products run the gamut from bite suits and service vests to hunting and camping gear. Blue Collar Working Dog recently relocated to more spacious digs—a 5600 square-foot storefront on Glendale Boulevard. It's also the very first interactive dog store in the country. Dogs can make use of the store’s agility equipment (weave poles, A-frames, pause tables, tug ropes, tunnels), which has all been integrated into a remarkable shopping experience. The store sells a wide variety of healthy foods, treats and chews to suit the needs of every dog, no matter their activity level. Blue Collar Working Dog has also pioneered the very first dog food bank in Los Angeles. Two weeks worth of nutritious, free dog food is available to anyone who needs it, no questions asked.Now at least two rescue centers, including Petopia, say they are struggling to find suitable space in Los Angeles. Unless they get special permission to operate in commercial zones—a process that city officials say can be long and costly—the only places they can seek space in Los Angeles are in industrial areas dotted with recycling centers and tire shops.I welcome the opportunity and on my own free will would like to write a review on OLYMPIC PET SHOP in Los Angeles, CA and their absolutely magnifice…