I can see where under those circumstances it might complicate your life, but I don't agree that it won't affect anything else. Internet puppy sales are a big problem. Fewer pet stores are carrying mill puppies in some places, and in some places they've even banned puppy sales in pet stores here in CA. So the millers have simply switched to selling them on the internet and shipping them to clueless buyers. It's been going on for years. This will be one more tool for enforcement against those bad actors.
Fuzzy Wuzzy was a wabbit, Fuzzy Wuzzy had a dandelion habit! RIP little Wuz... don't go far.
This is a subject of great interest to me- I've often wondered how folks that engage in these kinds of sight-unseen animal transactions satisfy themselves about what kind of conditions the animal's going to at the other end. I wouldn't think one could rely simply on the fact that a buyer's willing to pay a lot for an animal, especially since they can expect to make it all back in the first breeding cycle. (At least if it's a female animal)
How do responsible breeders "check out" the buyer? Are animal control authorities in the buyer's area of any use in that department? That is, can one check to make sure the animal's not going to one of those "mills" we hear such horror stories about?
" Not every mind that wanders is lost. " With apologies toJ.R.R. Tolkien