Dogs from busted Oklahoma puppy mill going up for adoption

TULSA, Okla. — A collection of puppy mill dogs at the Humane Society of Tulsa will be up for adoption at this weekend’s Greater Tulsa Home & Garden Show.

Last month, the Humane Society helped rescue more than 100 dogs from a puppy mill in Stephens County.

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They were able to gain custody of the dogs and will be putting them up for adoption starting Thursday.

For four days you can meet and learn about each one of these precious pets.

The humane society says many of the dogs have had some type of medical care. They are not doing blind adoptions because there are so many dogs, some have behavioral or medical challenges.

So they want future owners to meet the dogs, before adopting.

It will be on a first-come, first-serve basis.

“We ask that you please come in person to the Home Show to meet them and fall in love with your next family member,” the Humane Society says.

“Applications will be accepted and processed on-site.”

All pets present at the show are altered, vaccinated, microchipped and come with a complimentary follow-up exam from VCA Animal Hospitals.

The Greater Tulsa Home & Garden Show runs Thursday 12-8, Friday and Saturday 10-8 and Sunday 11-5.

Admission is $10 per adult and kids under 12 are free with a paid adult admission. It takes place at the Riverspirit Expo at Expo Square 4145 E. 21st Street.