BROWN COUNTY, OH (FOX19) -- Dogs seized from a Brown County puppy mill will be available for adoption this weekend.
The dogs were taken on Oct. 11, and have been turned over to the Brown County Humane Society. The animals are currently being spayed and neutered and will be available to take home on Nov. 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Anderson Family Pet Center. The center is located at 6666 Clough Pike.
Anyone who is interested in adoption should contact the Brown County Humane Society before Nov. 6 at 937-378-2097 so information that is needed can be gathered and verified.
If potential adopters are unable to get through to the Humane Society before Saturday, they should show up at the adopt-a-thon to be interviewed.
All the dogs up for adoption have received rabies and starter vaccinations, have been de-wormed, de-fleaed, and have been groomed, microchipped, and spayed and neutered.