Dr. Hitt and Fawn Help Rescued Puppy Mill Dogs
A little over a year ago, Dr. Hitt (DVM) and Fawn (LVT), traveled to North Carolina when they heard that a puppy mill was being shutdown and that many dogs needed rescuing and medical attention. They had agreed to donate their time to help spay and neuter all the animals so that they could then go up for adoption. In one day, the crew was able to perform successful surgeries on over 30 dogs. Small tumors were removed, eyes were repaired, and many spays and neuters took place.
Below is the news article as well as a video clip which features Dr. Hitt being interviewed about the dogs. The rescue mission received tremendous support from the media and there were over 100 people lined up at the shelter door to apply for adoption in person (as required by the shelter) a few weeks later.
What a success!