“If not, I probably would have had to stop numerous times so I wouldn’t gag,” the Vermilion Township resident said.
Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary rescued 34 dogs Saturday from puppy mills in Holmes County.
Look at a gallery of some of the rescued dogs HERE
“Every dog that came back was caked in feces and urine,” said Norwalk resident Sandy Waggoner, another Safe Harbor volunteer.
For more on how this rescue was coordinated, pick up a copy of Tuesday's Register.
Want to Help?
Island Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary says its biggest need is for money to provide medical care and help for its rescued dogs. Checks can be sent to Safe Harbor Animal Sanctuary, 2337 South Linda Drive, Marblehead, OH 42440. The sanctuary is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, so contributions are tax-deductible. Laundry soap, bleach, blankets, towels and puppy food are also needed. Volunteers who are willing to help take care of the dogs are needed. To volunteer call 419-960-7487.