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BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WECT) – All the dogs being taken care of in Brunswick County from an alleged puppy mill bust have been adopted according to Cheri McLain, the founder of Brunswick County R.A.C.E.
The rescue organization had been taking care of ten of the dogs, while others were being taken care of in other counties. McLain said most of the dogs other counties are taking care of are also well on their ways to finding permanent homes.
McLain said since the bust in Brunswick County, they have been able to expand so next time they have to take in a large number of animals they will be able to have up to 50 instead of 10.
She said the last of the dogs rescued from the alleged puppy mill was adopted out last week. Now the organization is getting ready for its biggest event of the year called “Festival of Fur” in Shallotte. It will take place on September 22.
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