30 Dogs Rescued from a Puppy Mill Over the Weekend

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According to WHPTV

About 30 dogs were rescued from a puppy mill on Saturday, and CBS 21 News cameras were rolling when volunteers helped treat them and take them to a safe place. The dogs were bathed, shaved and shampooed at “Pet Bath and Beyond” in Camp Hill.

“We got a mixture of Chihuahuas, Shihtzus, most of the dogs are in pretty good shape. The Shitzus’ locks are matted, they’re mostly being shaved, but they’re all getting a bath. We have a few Pomeranians too.” Said Michelle Semken of Pet Bath and Beyond.

This rescue was part of something called Project Liberty. Just last June an effort was made to save 31 dogs from a puppy miller who would have destroyed them otherwise. A woman by the name of Ginny Finn, who is with Castaway Critters says that it’s the volunteers who really make this happen.

Once the dogs leave Camp Hill they’ll be ready for adoption. But in the meantime, they deserve all the pampering!


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