Great Danes recovering after rescue from alleged puppy mill
CONWAY, NH (WGME) – Eight weeks ago, 84 dogs were rescued from an alleged puppy mill in a mansion.
Police in New Hampshire say they were living in deplorable conditions.
The Conway Area Humane Society took in nine of the rescued puppies. One of them ended up having babies. Now, all 12 are getting the care they need; care they weren't getting at the alleged puppy mill.
After eight weeks of receiving the proper care they needed, the Great Danes rescued from that alleged puppy mill in Wolfeboro, are doing remarkably well. The Conway Area Humane Society is caring for 12 of the 84 dogs rescued.
The shelter director says all of them had health problems, including parasites and ear infections. Some even required expensive surgeries, including a dog with foreign matter removed from his stomach.
All the other Great Danes are being cared for by the U.S. Humane Society at an undisclosed location.
The shelter in Conway credits the generous support from people in the area for the care, and quick recovery of the dozen Great Danes in their care.