The dogs rescued from the Nicholson “puppy mill” in February are now up for adoption, the Humane Society of Jackson County (HSJC) has announced.
The Department of Agriculture, Animal Control of Jackson County, HSJC and several other rescue or humane organizations rescued 274 dogs from abuse and neglectful conditions on February 28. As of June 2, the civil portion of the case has expired, and the dogs can be adopted to their “forever home.”
The HSJC fostered 10 of the 274 dogs, and one of the Pomeranians was pregnant. All the dogs have now had all vaccines and have been spayed or neutered.
Those interested in adopting one of these dogs may call 706-367-1111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The HSJC adoption fee for dogs is $90 and is $70 for cats. All available pets may be seen at www.petfinder.com.