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Hundreds Come To North Carolina Animal Shelter To Adopt Rescued Puppies

Greensboro, NC — More than a hundred puppies got a start on a new life Sunday. Hundreds of people lined up at the Guilford County Animal Shelter to fill out an application to adopt one of the French or English bulldogs, raided and rescued from a Stokes County puppy mill.

And get this, one person drove eight hours, from Ohio, to get a chance for the adoption.

Guilford County Animal Shelter Director, Marsha Williams, says she hopes to be able to pair up applicants with a dog by next weekend.

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Kate S
8 years ago

Why aren’t they open on Satudays?  Glad so many puppies will be adopted—hope all the homes are stellar!!!!

Krzkt
Krzkt
8 years ago

Yay for adopters! Boooooooo to puppy mill.

Twalsh
Twalsh
8 years ago

Good idea, but bad timing. Number one rule over the holidays, don’t bring home a new pet.  It’s too chaotic, there’s goodies (including chocolate!) laying around, it could end up a complete nightmare for the foster homes and the pets.

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8 years ago

good thing

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