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Slideshow: American Eskimo dogs rescued from Kennewick mill

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SPOKANE, Wash. - According to the Spokane Humane Society, a total of 51 American Eskimo dogs have been brought to Spokane from Kennewick after more than 400 dogs were seized from a puppy mill there.

All of the dogs seized will need some medical care and some will need extensive treatment.

If anyone is interested in helping the Humane Society care for these dogs, here's how you can help:

- Donate now to help us provide medical treatment and lvoign care to these and other animals in need. Your contributions help provide life-saving options for thousands of animals annually.

- Open your home and heart to provide a temporary home for one of these neglected dogs. These dogs have never been on a leash or have played with a dog toy; all will need lots of tender loving care. Contact Jenna Bell for more information on foster care.

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