FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – It doesn’t look like it will be difficult to find homes for the nearly 100 puppies dumped on rural roads in Denton County earlier this week. Most of them will be ready for adoption in a few days.
On Monday, someone left about 50 Maltese dogs on a Flower Mound road. Two nights later, 40 Cavalier King Charles Spaniels were dumped further north in Denton County.
According to the Humane Society of North Texas, most of them will be ready for adoption on Sunday, October 7, beginning at noon, from the Fort Worth location, 1840 E. Lancaster Ave.
You can contact 817-332-4768 for more information.
Flower Mound Humane Society plans to take custody of the Maltese dogs next week and plans to have about 15 ready for adoption by next Wednesday.
Those interested in adopting the those dogs, should email email@example.com and plan to attend a special foster orientation on October 6 at 3 p.m. in Flower Mound.
Both agencies say they have been overwhelmed with calls regarding the puppies, with interest from all over the country.
Law enforcement suspects new laws meant to target puppy mills, which took effect September 1, may be the reason someone dumped the dogs.
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