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Look who’s back on the road again saving the lives of puppy mill dogs across the Untied States… it’s Harley and Teddy! These two strong-willed Chihuahuas are puppy mill survivors who were rescued from spending the rest of their lives in horrible living conditions. Now, the pups are working their magic by leading a helping paw to rescue other dogs in the situations they were once in. The two dogs do not only go on rescue missions, but they also raise funds for their organizations to rescue dogs while raising awareness about the cruelty of puppy mills. Click here to learn more about Harley and here for Teddy.
National Mill Dog Rescue is a non-profit organization in Colorado Springs rescuing, rehabilitating and finding loving homes for commercial breeding dogs from puppy mills. This week, the fantastic volunteers on the National Mill Dog Rescue team is leaving another huge mark as they make their way through the midwest on a big-hearted Harley to the Rescue mission. Currently, with the help of National Mill Dog Rescue, Harley and Teddy’s mission across the Midwest has saved 38 puppy mill dogs with more rescues to come! By the time the two buddies complete the mission, more than 60 puppy mill dogs will have been rescued.
Harley and Teddy wanted to share a few photos from the road showing this important mission’s rescued puppy mill dogs. This dynamic duo are true superheroes, role models to humans and dogs alike! Enjoy these dog’s sweet faces and be prepared to smile with happiness. Thank you to the National Mill Dog Rescue Facebook page for the photos:
Learn more about National Mill Dog Rescue on their website, then head on over to see what Harley’s fundraising campaign is all about, “Harley to the Rescue.” And how awesome is this? Both Harley and Teddy have their own Facebook pages
Lead image source: National Mill Dog Rescue press release