Rescued Dogs From Across Kentucky Being Adopted in Lexington

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Updated: 3/17/2013 6:53 pm
     Dozens of dogs from across the Commonwealth, that were once left for dead, are finding new homes around central Kentucky.

     Over the weekend the Homeward Bound Canine Rescue and Rehabilitation Center brought up dozens of dogs from London to the Lexington Petsmart in the Hamburg for an adoption event.

    Many of the dogs were victims of severe neglect and animal abuse, and had no homes in other shelters due to overcrowding or their severe conditions. Many of the dogs were to be euthanized before being taken in by Homeward Bound.

    Over the weekend about 25 dogs were adopted into 'forever homes.'

    If you would like more information about how to adopt one of these dogs or how you can help the Homeward Bound Canine Rescue and Rehab Center you click on the link to their Facebook page below:

Homeward Bound Canine Rescue and Rehab Center
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