The Cedar Bend Humane Society is partnering with the ASPCA® (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) to help place nine Samoyed dogs from a puppy mill rescue in Worth County, Iowa.
The dogs came from an inhumane commercial breeding facility and were living in overcrowded conditions. Upon arrival, the CBHS will need time to evaluate each dog and determine his/her needs. Every dog will need to be spayed or neutered, updated on vaccinations, tested for parasites and treated for any medical issues.
“We are honored to be part of the network of rescue groups and shelters chosen to help give these pups a second chance at finding wonderful loving homes,” said Kristy Gardner, Co-Director of Cedar Bend Humane Society. “Donations to help support the medical, grooming and daily needs of these dogs will be very much appreciated and will go directly to help spay, neuter, vaccinate and help each dog become ready for adoption.” Financial support for these dogs may be made online by clicking here.
Individual dogs will be highlighted on our website starting the week of November 26th including photos and personality traits. Adoption applications may be submitted online at cedarbendhumane.org.
The Cedar Bend Humane Society is a nonprofit 501c3 organization, accredited by the Better Business Bureau, and the only full-service animal shelter in Black Hawk County
Cedar Bend Humane Society Mission Statement: P.E.T.S. Place. Educate. Teach. Shelter. CBHS is passionate to place animals in lifelong, loving homes. Educate on the issues of humane care. Teach responsible pet ownership. Shelter the stray, neglected, and unwanted.