Dogs rescued in North Merrick ready for adoption

More than a dozen dogs that were rescued from a North Merrick home are now ready to be adopted.

More than a dozen dogs that were rescued from a North Merrick home are now ready to be adopted. (7/15/16)

HEMPSTEAD - More than a dozen dogs that were rescued from a North Merrick home are now ready to be adopted.

The 15 dogs were found living in cages in unsanitary conditions.

They are now at the Town of Hempstead Animal Shelter. They have been nursed back to health and are ready for forever homes.

The animal shelter is waiving adoption fees for town residents.

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