Dogs Saved from Puppy Mills Arrive in Long Island

Rescued from puppy mills in Midwest.

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    100 rescued dogs and puppies available for adoption. (Published Tuesday, May 18, 2010)

    About a hundred dogs and puppies now have a chance for a better life, thanks to a Long Island animal shelter.

    Dozens of dogs were rescued from seven inhumane puppy mills in Oklahoma and Missouri. They arrived Tuesday afternoon at the North Shore Animal League in Port Washington in Nassau County.

    The dogs will be checked out medically, behaviorally and socially, and spayed or neutered.  Most of the dogs will be available for adoption beginning this weekend.

    You can find out more about adopting the dogs and puppies by contacting North Shore Animal League America at 516-883-7575. The shelter is located at 25 Davis Avenue in Port Washington, Long Island.