See larger In this March 24, 2013 photo provided by Rod Rebhan shows his wife, Lindsey Rebhan, with her late mini Australian shepherd Jack, at their home in Auburn Hills, Mich. The Rebhans purchased Jack from Petland store in Novi, Mich. in Nov. 2011 before discovering the dog had severe epilepsy.  The dog had to be put down five months later after suffering 25 seizures. The store refunded the sale price, but didn't pay vet bills. The ASPCA wants people to boycott puppy sales in pet stores and on the Internet, the places where most puppy mill animals are sold. It included the photos in a database that can be searched by breeder, license number or ZIP code. (AP Photo/Rob Rebhan)

In this March 24, 2013 photo provided by Rod Rebhan shows his wife, Lindsey Rebhan, with her late mini Australian shepherd Jack, at their home in Auburn Hills, Mich. The Rebhans purchased Jack from Petland store in Novi, Mich. in Nov. 2011 before discovering the dog had severe epilepsy. The dog had to be put down five months later after suffering 25 seizures. The store refunded the sale price, but didn't pay vet bills. The ASPCA wants people to boycott puppy sales in pet stores and on the Internet, the places where most puppy mill animals are sold. It included the photos in a database that can be searched by breeder, license number or ZIP code. (AP Photo/Rob Rebhan)

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