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Puppies dumped in trash bin need home

Annie Zelm • Apr 2, 2011 at 1:08 PM

Two puppies, rescued after being left to die in a Norwalk trash bin, are doing well and should be ready for a new home soon.

No one knows who left them there, but the resident who found them cared for all the dogs for about a month and found homes for all but two of the puppies, Huron County deputy dog warden Josh Jasinski said.

Jasinski said the puppies are thought to be a Shar-Pei and German shepherd mix, about 8 to 12 weeks old.

They've been in the care of the humane society's veterinarian to be treated for a virus, Huron County Humane Society spokeswoman Bonnie Albright said, but they are playful and active. Shelter managers have named them Laverne and Shirley.

For information about adopting Laverne and Shirley or any of the Huron County Humane Society's other animals, visit hc-humanesociety.org or call 419-663-7158.

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