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Humane Society of Tulsa rescues 103 puppy mill dogs in dire need

An older couple surrendered 103 dogs to the Humane Society of Tulsa. The healthy ones will be available for adoption as early as tomorrow at the Tulsa Home and Garden Show.
An older couple surrendered 103 dogs to the Humane Society of Tulsa. The healthy ones will be available for adoption as early as tomorrow at the Tulsa Home and Garden Show.Tulsa Humane Society Facebook

On Wednesday afternoon, Oklahoma's Humane Society of Tulsa arrived in Sapulpa with 103 dogs rescued from a puppy mill situation earlier in the morning reported the Tulsaworld.com.

Gina Gardner, the president of the Tulsa Humane Society, said many of the dogs were elderly and had been bred over and over again for years. The main breeds rescued were poodles, chihuahuas, and Yorkshire terriers. The older couple, who owned the dogs, had contacted the organization and had reached out for help when the situation of caring for the dogs had become overwhelming.

Many of the older dogs will be facing surgery. The dogs were living in horrible conditions.

According to Tulsa Sheriff's Officer Travis Jones, the couple will not be facing criminal charges.

The Facebook page for the Humane Society of Tulsa stated some of the dogs will be available for adoption beginning Thursday at the Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show.

The Facebook post about the rescued dogs who will be available for adoption stated:

"These precious pups are going to need a lot of care. Many of them are seniors so we are really looking for adopters with a big heart for special need pets. PLEASE stay tuned for more information and details as the days continue. It's going to be a long journey and we sincerely appreciate your support!!"

If you would like to donate...please go to www.TulsaPets.com and donate online or check out the organization's Amazon Wish List at http://tinyurl.com/onsthob, and they will deliver the much needed supplies right to the Tulsa Humane Society's front door located at 6232 E. 60th Street.

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