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Over 150 Dogs Rescued From Unlicensed Puppy Mill!

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We have no idea how some people can be so cruel!

The Michigan Humane Society just rescued over 150 dogs from an unlicensed breeding facility.

The poor pups were taken from JRT John’s Jack Russell and Shiba Inu Kennel in Lake City, Michigan.

Invesitgators said the kennels were in awful conditions, with many of the dogs living outside with little to no protection from the elements.

They didn't even have access to clean drinking water.

Profit was clearly a bigger priority than the welfare of those poor doggies.

Any dogs that needed veterinary care were taken to a nearby temporary shelter.

Hopefully the rescue operation can fix up these pooches and then get them adopted into good homes!

[Image via Michigan Humane Society.]

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One comment to “Over 150 Dogs Rescued From Unlicensed Puppy Mill!”

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    I have been there (where the photos were taken) my family bought a puppy from him a year ago in march. You all think he is saying bullshit when he says he loves everyone of his dogs. Well he's not. I went there saw him interact with the dogs he knows all of there names. My jack Russell is now an amazing agility dog. He had amazing dogs and those dogs were his family. So you sit there and think how would you like it if someone took away something you spent everyday with every waking minute. Of coarse he didn't need 156 dogs or how every many he had. But they took them all from him. Sit there and read though all the people who were so overly satisfied with his dogs that they bought from him. Your side if the story might change. And for the last part those pictures taken were taken on a terrible rainy day. I bet when you let your dog out on a rainy day like that he or she come in just as filthy and I bet you don't allow them in the house you probably out them in the garage. All the dogs had a plastic shelter of some sort if they wanted to get out of the mud and rain they would. His dogs were well taken care of just a bit too many. No cruelty at all. He loved them.