Fourteen-months after 75 Great Danes were seized from a home in Wolfeboro, the Humane Society of the United States says it has successfully adopted all of the dogs to permanent homes. The animals were taken last June from Christina Fay, a breeder who was found guilty of animal cruelty. [You can find NHPR's previous coverage of this story here.] The Humane Society created a temporary shelter to house the dogs while they remained held as evidence during the criminal trial and a subsequent appeal in Superior Court. The non-profit has been vetting and adopting the Great Danes to permanent homes since receiving a judge’s permission to do so in mid-June. “Very experienced adopters came forward, and offered such wonderful families to these dogs, and...
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75 Great Danes Seized Last Year In Wolfeboro Are Now All In Permanent Homes