COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Twenty-two dogs now have a chance at a new life thanks to the National Mill Dog Rescue.
A team of rescuers were able to take the dogs home Tuesday night after saving them from puppy mills all throughout the Midwest.
The dogs are all receiving medical treatment and care the Timothy Center, a new veterinary and rehabilitation clinic in Peyton.
Staff say they are happy to be able to rescue the dogs, but their work is far from over.
"There are so many dogs who are in need of a loving family and a forever home, so we highly encourage people to come out and meet our dogs," said director of operations Kim Lehmann. "They are all different ages, different breeds and they would make wonderful pets for any family interested in adopting."
If you're interested in adopting, click here.