More Than 100 Animals Rescued from Arkansas Puppy Mill





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Published on Oct 19, 2009

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Johnson County Sheriff's Department and the HSUS Animal Rescue Team worked together to rescue approximately 100 dogs, 5 cats and 2 guinea pigs.

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When I read comments about how people want to hang or torture or murder others in revenge for doing this, I realize all the evil in the world isn't going anywhere soon. Humans always resort to violence for "good" reasons, and that vicious cycle never stops.
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Poor babies omg...they do NOT deserve this, no animal does!!!!! I dont care how vicious a dog is, it does NOT DESERVE TO BE TREATED LIKE THIS.
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Universal Underground
I'm definitely going to adopt a dog from a shelter when I can.
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Sammie Lee
it's so sad because these animals have been through hell but yet they still wag their tails and show you love. animals are great sometimes.
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SurgeOne // TrapNation
I will never understand what idiot would collect animals, stick them in cages, leave crap lying all over the property, and making it toxic enough that HSUS rescuers have to wear gas masks. That's not just stupidity and cruelty, that's insanity. I don't know what would be more fitting for these people- a high security prison or a high security insane asylum?
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I teared up watching this video and want to say Thank You to the Humane Society and other animal rescues who help these poor animals in need. God Bless those volunteers, employees and assistance for all the help they have provided, and please everyone pray for the animals around the world who are getting mistreated and abused. I am so happy that because of these amazing rescues, more animals can be cared for and feel loved and for the ones who couldn't make it, I am happy that they are in a better place now where they don't have to suffer anymore. Help stop animal mills and animal abuse!
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Shania Vicuna
When I grow up I want to be a veterinarian
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I was a vet tech at the washington rescue league until last summer and was working there in 2009 when these precious dogs arrived. I adopted the black and white shih tzu with the cloudy eye. His name was Fundi. He passed away in August 2015. He enjoyed six years that were filled with love, affection and lots of treats! Every one of those dogs suffered from some medical condition; including problems with their sight, and respiratory problems. Fundi suffered from both and needed medication daily. Please don't support puppy mills. Ask businesses where their puppies come from and then verify the info before you adopt. And support your local shelters! Thanks everyone!
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it disgusts me that these types of people can actually let their "pets" get like this...(I use that term loosely because pets should be happy and looked after properly)
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Missa B
When I grow up I want to do what they do definitely
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