READING, Pa — Due to the violent storms in the Midwest, more than a dozen dogs have made their way North..and are finding temporary shelter in Berks County.
Sixteen dogs arrived at the Humane Society of Berks County.
They had to be transported after their shelter in Pikeville, Kentucky became flooded and lost power due to the storms.
Officials at the humane society say they hope to eventually find the dogs permanent homes.
“We’re hoping to let them relax, clean them up, evaluate their health and temperament, and make them available to the general public for adoption, said Dylan Heckart with the Humane Society of Berks County.
The dogs are a variety of breeds including German shepherd, corgi and even a hound dog.
If you are interested in adoption, you can call the Humane Society of Berks County.