ASPCA rescues more than 130 dogs from puppy mill

The ASPCA assisted the Choctaw County Sheriff’s Office with the rescue of about 130 neglected dogs from a puppy mill in rural Alabama. The Chihuahuas, Yorkshire Terriers and Pomeranians, among other dogs who were seized, will get medical treatment and socialization at a temporary shelter. The ASPCA said the dogs suffered from many ailments including malnourishment, dehydration and hypothermia. The owners of the alleged puppy mill were detained and face animal cruelty charges. Just last week, the ASPCA rescued 100 dogs from a puppy mill in Arkansas. — Read it at WSFA