Dogs Rescued From Puppy Mill Ready For New Homes

The Nebraska Humane Society says more than a dozen Samoyeds rescued from a puppy mill in Iowa and  taken to the Nebraska Humane Society are ready to start a new chapter in their lives. 

Shelter officials say the pups are ready for adoption.  The NHS received 18 Samoyeds last week. Nearly 170 dogs were rescued from the puppy mill in Worth County near the Iowa-Minnesota border.

If you're interested, you'll need to fill out an application.  The Humane Society also has everything you need to know on its website.

Click here for all the information.

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