Dogs rescued from suspected mill making progress
GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — The 56 dogs rescued from the suspected Pender County puppy mill are making great progress at the Guilford County Animal Shelter.
Volunteers spent time with the dogs Friday and want them to become comfortable with people.
Some of them are skittish and don’t know how to walk on leashes.
The Guilford County Animal Shelter said they will post more information on the dogs to their Facebook page as the animals become ready for adoption.
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