NORTH ADAMS, Ma. -More than 30 dogs rescued from a home in North Adams are looking for a new home.
According to police officers and animal control, they found 31 Labrador retrievers living in filth. Ten of the rescued dogs were puppies and some of the dogs were pregnant. The labs were taken to the Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter and Berkshire Humane Society.
The director of the animal shelter says they have a mother, 10 babies, and 5 puppies ranging from one to one and a half years old.
She says they won't be ready to adopt for another two weeks because they need to be spayed and neutered. The Humane Society took in 9 labs and says they have more than 30 applicants looking to adopt.