After Buying a Falsely Advertised Puppy, A Dog Owner Sues State Regulatory Agency

Umka was sold as a Brussels Griffon, but her owner soon suspected that she’d been duped.
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A New York woman is suing state Department of Agriculture and Markets (DAM) for neglecting its duties, after the DAM refused to fine a pet store that sold her a dog under false pretenses. Elena Zakharova bought a Brussels Griffon puppy from a store called Raising Rover. She paid $1,650 for the toy dog. However, Umka soon began. . .

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