Puppy Mill rescue part of a mission by Peyton, Colo. organization.
Colorado just got 105 times more awesome.
More than 100 dogs and puppies made it to Colorado recently after being rescued from puppy mills across the Midwest.
These canines were part of a mission by the National Mill Dog Rescue, which related animals were neglected and living in unsanitary and unacceptable conditions prior to removal. Pictures on the organization’s Facebook page showed pictures and videos of dogs with overgrown toenails, injuries, and more.
“Three rescue crews covered more than 4,200 miles during a mission that took three days. It was a grueling schedule, but 105 dogs were brought HOME to FREEDOM!” said the organization.
The animals are being cared for by the organization, as well as other facilities. They will be up for adoption as soon as they are groomed, vaccinated, and treated for any illness and injury.
See the rescued dogs and puppies as they arrived at the rescue facility, courtesy of National Mill Dog Rescue.
National Mill Dog Rescue’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome discarded breeding dogs and to educate the general public about the cruel realities of the commercial dog breeding industry. It was founded in 2007 and is run almost entirely on the generosity of volunteers.
For more information about the organization, visit milldogrescue.org. Follow the Facebook page for updates on the dogs and to learn more about when some of these little gems, as well as other pups at the rescue, will be available to adopt into your forever home.