Seized puppies up for adoption soon

June 4, 2009 3:22:21 PM PDT
Hundreds of puppies are in need of good homes after an alleged puppy mill in southern Indiana was shut down.The business closed after the state attorney general's office arrested its owners for unpaid taxes and seized 240 dogs.

The Humane Society of Northwest Indiana is now caring for 22 of those dogs, which are terriers and mixed breed poodles.

The puppies were being raised on a dairy farm, and right now they're are being well cared for, but they need permanent owners.

They should be ready for adoption in about a week.