02 Apr '11, 8pm

120 Dogs Seized From Unlicensed Tennessee Puppy Mill (Video):

More than 120 dogs that were living in horrendous conditions at an unlicensed puppy mill in Tennessee were rescued and taken to the State Fairgrounds by Animal Rescue Corps and the Warren County Sherriff’s Office on March 29. The case began when Animal Rescue Corps (ARC) received a tip concerning the welfare of the dogs. “These animals were suffering from starvation and various untreated illnesses. We got here just in time for some of them,” said Scotlund Haisley, president of ARC “Every year, the estimated 10,000-plus puppy mills in the U.S. produce more than 4 million puppies while millions are killed in shelters.” Mr. Haisley took time from the exhausting efforts to care for the seized dogs to give a personal account of the rescue mission. ARC rescuers found Chihuahuas, Pomeranians, Brussels Grissons and other small breeds living outdoors in crowded 2x3 foot rusted rabb...

Full article: http://www.care2.com/causes/animal-welfare/blog/120-dogs-...

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