60+ dogs make their way to Brandywine Valley SPCA, looking for ‘fur’ever homes

GEORGETOWN, Del. – If you’ve been dealing with some puppy fever lately The Brandywine Valley SPCA has just the cure for you. Over the weekend, the animal shelter rescued more than 60 puppies who were at risk of being euthanized at three overcrowded shelters in Louisiana and Texas. Shelter officials tell us all of the dogs were flown to Sussex county as part of their freedom flight rescue mission. Many of the puppies were taken to Georgetown’s Animal Rescue Center to get spayed, neutered, and checked out medically. Officials add that all of these dogs  should be available for adoption at each of the shelters locations over the next couple of days.

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