When pups get to go to new homes, it’s a lovely sight to behold – so what about 70 of them?
These yellow labrador pups were rescued back in April from an illegal breeding facility in Pierce County, Wisconsin, where they were being bred for hunting. A total of thirty-five adult pups and thirteen young puppies were found living in filthy, tiny crates and had no access to food and water. They received treatment at the AHS, and since then, 25 more puppies were born.
The first group of 20-30 pups were put up for adoption on Monday, and crowds were lining up to take them home! Honestly, who wouldn’t want to? If you’d like to give a pup a forever loving home in the next adoption run, keep an eye on the Animal Humane Society’s website – they list the pups as they become available or call them up at 763-522-4325. Don’t forget to like and share to help spread the word!
Feature Image Source: KSTP