The DogChannel Newswire: Hot Topics Edition
In case you missed them, here are the stories dog lovers were buzzing about last week.
Posted: April 11, 2011, 3 a.m. EDT
Eight Dogs Rescued From Alleged Puppy Mill
Eight small-breed dogs that appear to be Shih Tzu-poodle mixes are recovering at the Perth County branch of the OSPCA in Stratford following their rescue from an alleged puppy mill. OSPCA branch manager Ward McAlister said the breeding dogs were found covered in urine and feces, The Beacon Herald reports.
Animal Sanctuary Provides Comfort for Abused Dogs
Reading this is not for the faint of heart. Although the animals that have made it to St. Francis can spend the rest of their lives in comfort and surrounded by love, the abuse and cruelty they suffered is unimaginable. Check out the St. Francis site for adoptable animals to find out how you can be of service, Hillcrest Patch reports.
Home Show Features Cat, Dog Adoptions
Visitors to the Arrowhead Home and Builders Show can bring home new weatherproof siding or a new type of flooring, but they could also bring home a new pet. Seven area animal shelters will have about 500 dogs and cats available over the course of the show, Duluth News Tribune reports.
Dog Breeder Files Appeal in Animal Cruelty Case
A former Staunton dog breeder who had her business shuttered in December following 50 misdemeanor convictions, including charges of animal cruelty, filed a petition for appeal this past week, Staunton News Leader reports.
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