Rescued Pups Up for Adoption in Manhattan

Small breeds are looking for a new home

The ASPCA is transferring 43 dogs rescued from a Tennessee puppy mill last week to its adoption center in Manhattan.

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals rescued 250 small breed dogs from the Tennessee puppy mill.

Small breeds such as Boston terriers, Shih Tzus, Dachshunds and Miniature Pinschers, will be up for adoption. The remaining dogs were transferred to other humane agencies so they can also be made available for adoption, the ASPCA said Tuesday.

"These dogs will need adopters who will take time to train, housebreak, socialize and teach them basic obedience," said Gail Buchwald, Senior Vice President of the ASPCA.

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