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DALLAS (KRLD) – The six dogs at the SPCA in Dallas are now being evaluated and treated for possible medical issues. They’ll eventually be adopted.

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They’re part of a group of two hundred and fifty dogs and puppies rescued by the Humane Society’s International Rescue team.

(SPCA Dallas)

(SPCA of Texas)

Maura Davies with the SPCA of Dallas says, “It’s an amazing rescue…that many dogs saved is a really big deal. All of those two hundred and fifty dogs have gone to shelter partners across the United States and even into Canada.

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The Humane Society worked with the South Korean farm owner to shut down his farm. Now, he plans to focus on scrap metal as his business.

For more information on these dogs, just go to SPCA.ORG.

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