Three hundred doggos were rescued from a puppy mill farm in Tennessee. Many of them were found in critical condition.
– Three hundred dogs were rescued from a puppy mill farm.
– The property owners were reportedly convicted of animal cruelty charges in the past.
– Many of the dogs are…
The rescue was made possible by Guardians of Rescue and Stop Online Puppy Mills. The rescue took place for 30 hours and was completed on Sunday. All the dogs have been checked by veterinarians. Some of the dogs had eye and ear infections, were emaciated, had rotting teeth, and some of them were also pregnant. Most of the dog breeds were dachshund, Doberman, Shar-Pei, and Weimaraner.
The dogs were already taken to different rescue facilities in Indian, Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina, and Tennessee. None are adopted out yet because they still have to get better.
According to the rescuers, some of the property owners were already convicted on dozens of animal cruelty charges in the past. The rescue came after many complaints have been lodged regarding the alleged sale of the mistreated doggos.
Read the detailed scoop by Brandon Shields and Cassandra Stephenson here – https://www.jacksonsun.com/