Friday, February 5, 2010

ASPCA Assists in Rescue of 75 Puppy Mill Dogs

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Latest News from the Frontlines of Animal Welfare
February 5, 2009 1. ASPCA Managing Operations in Mississippi Puppy Mill Investigation
Yesterday, the ASPCA assisted in the rescue of 75 dogs from a local puppy mill in Marshall County, MS. The dogs, which include Shih Tzus, Lhasa Apsos, Pugs, Yorkshire Terriers, Corgis and Chihuahuas, were discovered living in filth and feces-encrusted pens. The animals have been transported to an emergency shelter site at the Marshall County Humane Society, where they are receiving veterinary care. Read More... 2. ASPCA Happy Tails: Love Is Blind
Handsome Apollo lures his many fans with hugs around the neck and kitty kisses. Learn how his new pet parent fell for this affectionate feline's wily ways. 3. Haiti Update: ASPCA Responder Files Field Report and Photos
An international animal welfare team is examining and vaccinating animals in Haiti. Check out our emergency responder's field report and photos from the heart of Port-au-Prince. 4. Ask President Obama to Back USDA's Rules for Organic Milk
The USDA has proposed regulations to ensure the proper treatment of cows on organic dairy farms. Learn how you can help protect America's bovines from inhumane treatment!
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