More than 600 seized dogs to be up for adoption – CTV News

More than 600 dogs and puppies seized from a Quebec farm will be soon placed in new homes in what officials say was the largest dog rescue in Canadian history.

A Quebec judge put the dogs in government custody on Thursday after the owners of Paws “R” Us Kennel pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges.

ANIMA-Quebec, the province’s animal protection agency, plans to begin adopting out the dogs and puppies after they have all been spayed or neutered.

“This was not only the largest dog rescue in Canadian history, but it also involved some of the most inhumane conditions that our [team] has ever encountered,” Lauren Scott, a campaigner for Humane Society International Canada, said in an emailed statement.

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susan ellis
8 years ago

Recently my friend lost her Yorkie of 12 years. She is a retired teacher and is just a “crazy old fool” for animals. This has devastated her. Would you happen to have a Yorkie, or know of where one might be in another shelter? Her Yorkie was named Yakie and she wants another one due to how playful, protective and loving they are. PLEASE, if you have or know of one, let me know. Alabama is a long way from you but she would go through hell and high water to get there. ALSO….THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BEING THERE… Read more »