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Dozens of dogs arrive at National Mill Dog Rescue in Peyton

National Mill Dog Rescue

PEYTON – The National Mill Dog Rescue received more than 100 dogs at its facility in Peyton Friday that were rescued from “puppy mills” in the midwest.

The dogs will go through a testing and screening process to look for possible health issues and will soon be up for adoption.

The dogs were brought in from different breeders across several states. The dogs range in age from 12 weeks old all the way up to 13 years old across a variety of breeds.

The organization said the average age of the dogs that were rescued was 6-8 years.

CLICK HERE for more information about adopting and to view dogs available for adoption.

Tom Kackley

Tom Kackley

Tom Kackley is a digital content producer at KOAA News 5. He has worked in southern Colorado since 2016.
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