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Michigan Humane Society rescues 3 puppies from Detroit abandoned house

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Three puppies left out in the cold to fend for themselves are now awaiting a new home for the holidays after being rescued by the Michigan Humane Society. They were rescued from an abandoned home near Dickerson and harper in Detroit. Someone called MHS concerned after seeing the puppies in the area.

The puppies are now named Dasher, Prancer and Santa Paws. They are available for adoption at the MHS Detroit Center for Animal Care, located at 7401 Chrysler Dr. The animals have been examined by an MHS vet and have received vaccinations.

Online: www.michiganhumane.org
Phone: 313-872-3400

VIDEO: Click on the video player above to watch YouTube video of the rescue from the Michigan Humane Society
Mobile users click here to watch the video on YouTube.

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