Nashville shelter needs help with 50 dogs rescued from puppy mill bust

Nashville Humane Association

The Nashville Humane Association is taking in about 50 dogs from a puppy mill bust in Rhea County.

The 100+ animals were seized Tuesday from deplorable conditions and in need of medical attention.

The Humane Society of the United States reached out to the local shelter, seeking help with the dogs.

Now the shelter is asking Nashvillians to help, too. The dogs need foster homes and are in need of monetary donations.

Foster inquiries can be made to

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