Friday, October 1, 2010

29 Dachshunds and 1 Pomeranian Rescued from New Hampshire Home

They are as cute as can be, but covered with fleas.  29 Dachshunds and 1 Pomeranian were rescued from a Deerfield, New Hampshire home on September 17th.  The dogs were voluntarily given up, and some may be available for adoption today.  Excerpt from the Union Leader:

Thirty dogs have been rescued from a Brown Road home that an investigating police officer described as “not a liveable condition for people or animals.”
Deerfield police officer Mike Lavoie said someone looking for a lost dog saw a group of four or five dogs inside cages underneath a tarp-covered carport.
Lavoie said between 10 and 15 dogs were found in a camper on the property while the remaining were found inside the house.
“The whole place was covered with animal waste and fleas,” said Steve Sprowl of the New Hampshire Society for the Protection of Cruelty to Animals (NHSPCA).

Read more at the Union Leader.  Thanks to Helen Paradise for sending in the link to the New Hampshire SPCA News Release.  See several photos of the Dachshunds at WMUR.


Anonymous said...

OMD, they are so adorable. Thank Dog they were rescued.

curator said...

Oh dear, how unfortunate to see yet another of these situations - but how good that they were rescued. May they all find very fine homes and soon!!

Karen said...

Bless the person who discovered and reported the situation! I pray each of them receive a wonderful loving home.

Doxie Rod said...

so glad these cuties were rescued!! they -and all animals-deserve nothing but the best. i just want to hug them all.

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