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Animal Charity taking care of puppies from suspected puppy mill

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Animal Charity opened its doors to the public on Saturday to help with a recent influx of puppies.

Their call for donations of supplies and for people to foster puppies was met with an overwhelming response.

One hundred and five dogs rescued from a suspected puppy mill were bathed, fed and put in clean cages.

"We're doing the medical care, we're making sure everybody's healthy, getting everybody cleaned up, identifying them, getting pictures for the record and we're just looking for the foster homes right now," said Kaylie Frost with Animal Charity.

The puppies will not be allowed to be adopted until the case completes the court process. But the agency does need volunteers to walk the dogs, and clean cages. They are being named after the dogs from 101 Dalmatians. Four dogs will have other names.

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