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30 adoptable puppies coming to West Michigan

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Pet Adoption Tuesday

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.- The Humane Society of West Michigan is welcoming more that 30 puppies tomorrow. They’re coming from the Puppy Pipeline, a unique rescue program based in Georgia that transports unwanted and abandoned dogs from the South to Northern states for a new chance at life.  The puppies heading to West Michigan will range in age from 8 week to 10 months.  There will be a variety of breeds including Cocker Spaniels, Labrador Retrievers, Huskies, Bulldogs, Shepherd mixes and more.  The puppies will be available for adoption as soon as they’re up-to-date on vaccines.  If you’re interested in adopting visit The Humane Society of West Michigan at noon on Friday to meet the puppies and fill out an adoption application.

 

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  • save a life - adopt

    Last year the Kent County Animal Shelter and Humane Society of West Michigan took in a total of 4,410 dogs and 5,838 cats.
    Cats and dogs are in need of homes every day. Save a life – Adopt.
    •2013 Individual Michigan Animal Shelter Reports A – H
    •2013 Individual Michigan Animal Shelter Reports I – Z