The Animal Rescue League (ARL) of Iowa informed that it helped to remove about 100 puppies and dogs from a licensed breeder in Boone County. The sad part is few of the puppies were only just days old. The Mobile Rescue Team of ARL said the smell hit them before entering the buildings of Central Iowa Puppy Mill.
In a press release by ARL, they wrote about how the dogs lived in their urine and feces. They also had some pregnant dogs and puppies. Most dogs were matted, and a few were very thin.
Further, in the press release, they also wrote about how the American Rescue League is grappling with a high population of animals, especially dogs. They have now set up temporary housing in the training center. With the high population of animals at the ARL, staff is also trying to get help with donations as they care for the animals. They are also asking the people to be considerable enough to think about adopting. This can help these pets get home while also helping ARL to get open space for more animals arriving at the facility center.