The dogs found in a Clarington puppy mill should all have homes and families as early as next week.
The Humane Society of Durham Region staff has received more than 40 dog adoption applications and will start interviewing people who applied for the new dogs later this week.
Among the 31 dogs brought in are four nine-week-old puppies, while many others are between 10 months and two years old. Ruby Richards, the society’s animal health co-ordinator, says younger and smaller dogs are often the most popular so people usually have to get there quickly to adopt.
Leanne Gojdos heard about the puppy mill discovery and thought it was a great opportunity to find a dog after her six-month long search.