130 pups from Virginia Puppy Mill at North Shore!

About 130 dogs from among the nearly 1,000 taken from a home targeted in a five-month investigation into puppy mills in Virginia during a massive rescue operation have arrived at a Long Island animal shelter.

The dogs were taken in by the North Shore Animal League in Port Washington, where they are expected to be put up for adoption beginning Friday.

North Shore spokeswoman Devera Lynn says the shelter will give the dogs medical and behavioral evaluations, and spay and neuter them.

Two dozen dogs rescued from the puppy mill in Southern Virginia have found a temporary home at the Montgomery County Humane Society’s shelter in Rockville, MD.
The Orange County Animal Shelter said Tuesday that 14 of the 25 dogs it took in from a Virginia "puppy mill" will be made available through its adoption program. The remaining 11 dogs will be transferred to a group with which the shelter works to help them become good family pets.
Workers with the Humane Society of Charlotte brought seven Jack Russell Terrier mixes back to the Carolinas from the puppy mill operation in Virginia on Friday.The seven join two puppies that were brought into town late Thursday. “They’ll be up for adoption in the next couple of weeks,” said Humane Society of Charlotte Assistant Executive Director Kristi Perman.
Several volunteers the Broward County Humane Society traveled to Virginia to bring back more than 100 puppies rescued from a puppy mill. The volunteers said they left Virginia with 98 dogs, but when they got to Broward County, they had a few more. Two of the 98 dogs gave birth on the trip down. Anyone who would like to adopt one of the 108 rescued puppies should go to the humane society in person starting Saturday. Adoptions over the phone are prohibited.