TAMESIDE Council says 30 dogs removed from a puppy farm may find a loving home.
The Correspondent was inundated with requests from members of public wanting to know what happens to the puppies once seized with many offering to ‘adopt’ or provide a foster home.
A Tameside Council spokesperson said: “Trading Standards seized 30 puppies from a suspected unlicensed breeder at a puppy farm, which were suspected of being kept in squalid conditions causing unnecessary suffering.
“The puppies are currently with the RSPCA as part of ongoing investigations and so that they can have relevant health checks. They will have to go through a quarantine period and then will potentially go through the rehoming process.”
The RSPCA has hundreds of dogs looking for new homes across the country. Anyone interested in adopting a dog should visit the RSPCA’s Find A Pet webpage
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