Dutchess County SPCA helps pets from Louisiana and Alabama find forever homes

The Dutchess County SPCA took part in a massive operation Tuesday to bring 140 dogs and cats from shelters in Louisiana and Alabama to the area.

News 12 Staff

Aug 31, 2022, 8:03 PM

Updated 631 days ago

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The Dutchess County SPCA took part in a massive operation Tuesday to bring 140 dogs and cats from shelters in Louisiana and Alabama to the area.
They say the animals were flown into New Jersey Tuesday night because they could have possibly been euthanized if they stayed in the shelters due to overcrowding.
The non-profit, no-kill shelter in Dutchess tells News 12 they picked up four dogs and drove back to Hyde Park where the animals will wait until they find their forever homes.
The rescued dogs will be available for adoption at the Dutchess County SPCA soon.


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