More than 100 line up to adopt puppies from suspected mill

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — More than 100 people lined up on Sunday in Greensboro in hopes of gaining the opportunity to provide a rescued puppy with its forever home.

The hopeful adopters waited outside the Guilford County Animal Shelter to fill out an application that would allow them to adopt one of the dogs or puppies taken from a suspected puppy mill in Stokes County.

“We have a challenging task in trying to make sure we are giving everyone an equal opportunity to be considered for one of the dogs,” Marsha Williams with the GCAS said.

The shelter, located on Wendover Avenue, will be open again on Monday from noon to 6 p.m.  The adoption costs range from $95 to $250.  For more information on adopting the dogs, check out our previous coverage.