Petland Dallas suing City of Dallas on behalf of Korean American franchisee

Petland Dallas is suing the city of Dallas on behalf of a Korean American franchisee. The reason? City’s new ordinance banning the sale of cats and dogs at pet stores.

According to the article by the Dallas Morning News, “the North Dallas franchise’s company, D&J Pets, filed a lawsuit in a Dallas County court, alleging the ordinance discriminates against the store and violates the Texas Constitution. The company is seeking an injunction preventing the ordinance from going into effect and more than $1 million in damages.”

Petland Dallas, owned by Jay Suk, is the only pet store in Dallas that sells puppies.

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Petland in North Dallas sues city over new ban on puppy, kitten sales