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North Shore Animal League to receive 120 dogs

A file photo of a female Pomeranian named

A file photo of a female Pomeranian named Button at the North Shore Animal League. (Nov. 18, 2009) Credit: Kathy Kmonicek

 Port Washington's North Shore Animal League expects to receive about 120 dogs rescued from "puppy mill" dog breeding operations.

Most of the rescued dogs are adults, but there are adolescents and puppies as well. They range in age from about 8 months to 10 years, she said. The breeds include Yorkshire terriers, King Charles cavalier spaniels, poodles, bichon frises, cocker spaniels, and Pomeranians.

Adoption fees generally range from about $150 to $225, Lynn said.

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