Lisa Daum of the Human Society of the United States holds one of the 60 dogs that were removed from a suspected puppy mill in Hertford County, Monday. The animals were brought to Elizabeth City to be checked out and housed temporarily.
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Lisa Daum of the Human Society of the United States holds one of the 60 dogs that were removed from a suspected puppy mill in Hertford County, Monday. The animals were brought to Elizabeth City to be checked out and housed temporarily.

Rescued dogs treated at future EC adoption center

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The Elizabeth City area’s future animal adoption center on Monday afternoon temporarily served as lodging for numerous dogs and puppies rescued from a suspected puppy mill in Hertford County.

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At this rate

our SPCA site and personnel will be overwhelmed before they ever officially open the new shelter.

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