LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - More than a dozen dogs rescued from an Eastern Kentucky puppy mill got a new home Saturday.
43 dogs and 2 cats were brought to Louisville in late January after the owner, 61-year-old Dennis Bradley, surrendered them.
After undergoing medical testing, the animals were ready to be put up for adoption on Friday.
More than two dozen dogs from the puppy mill were up for adoption at the Kentucky Humane Society on Steedly Drive.
The rest of the animals were sent to Ohio to be adopted.
So far, 18 dogs from the puppy mill have been adopted locally.
The Humane Society expects the remaining dogs to be adopted fast.
The dogs are 350 dollars each, due to the costs for medical and behavior testing.
In addition to the puppy mill dogs, officials with the Kentucky Humane Society say 30 other dogs and 12 cats have been adopted this weekend.
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