Mayor urged to help stop illegal puppy trafficking

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Mayor urged to help stop illegal puppy trafficking

False documents and weak border checks are leading to thousand of sick and poorly-bred puppies being brought into London from Europe. A City Hall report says one trafficker is linked to more than 800 animals - with a potential income of more than 1 million pounds. The Mayor is now being urged to call on the government to tighten the rules.

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