More than 40 of the 276 dogs rescued from a hoarding family's home in New Jersey will be available for adoption this weekend.
St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center, which has been looking after 141 of the dogs that were rescued from the Howell home last week, is inviting potential adopters to visit their Madison and North Branch campuses to meet the dogs and puppies anytime this week.
“St. Hubert’s is so grateful for the outpouring of support for the wonderful dogs and puppies that have come into our care from the case in Howell,” said Heather Cammisa, President & CEO of St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center.
Adoption counselors will help match interested potential owners with the dogs rescued from Howell, as well as other pets that will be up for adoption.
Donations are also accepted to help with the care of the animals, the shelter says.
Officials say the Howell couple who hoarded the dogs will face charges.