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    Angry Puppy with Congenital Defects

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Arizona

    My son purchased a puppy from a national pet store chain. Three months later the dog began limping and a vet says it has numerous skeletal problems. The store won't do anything since my son did not purchase a health warranty. Does the warranty of merchantabilty apply here? Any ideas?

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    East Coast but my heart's in Texas

    Default Re: Puppy with Congenital Defects

    Not sure about the law here, but google it because I know last year a well known chain was busted selling puppies from known puppy mills and many had serious health issues and authorities came down on them. Good luck

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    Default Re: Puppy with Congenital Defects

    Thanks for the help. I'll see what I can find on Google

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    Default Re: Puppy with Congenital Defects

    It is clearly a defective product to begin with, if the puppy does have congenital defect. You should be covered by some sorts of consumer law.

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