Saturday, October 31, 2009

Puppy Mill Rescue Dogs Arrive in DC

More dogs rescued from another Puppy Mill in Arkansas... Oct. 09, 2009

Nearly 100 dogs were rescued from an alleged puppy mill in Arkansas this week, and now they're in Washington. Rescuers called it one of the worst cases they've ever seen.
They spent 18 hours on the road to get here. The animals were brought to the District in a big rig. Eighty-three dogs and six cats were taken from a property in Lamar, Arkansas, which is locaed northwest of Little Rock.
"Like any puppy mill, this is the worst that humanity can do to animals-- these animals were in horrible conditions," said Dr. Gary Weitzman of the Washington Animal Rescue League . "Maybe the worst we've seen and we do a lot of puppy mill rescues."
In fact, it's the worst of 15 puppy mill cases the Humane Society of the U.S. says it has investigated this year.
Puppy Mill Rescue Dogs Arrive in DC


Strawberry Ling said...

I'm glad that charges will be filed against these people.

Angel said...

I am so glad that the dogs are safe now.

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