March 16, 2014
More than 130 dogs that were seized from a Virginia dog breeder this month have made it to New York.
The puppies are being housed at the world's largest "no-kill" animal shelter.
They have been spayed, neutered and vaccinated and are ready for adoption.
More than 980 dogs were saved from an alleged "puppy mill" last week near Hillsville, Virginia.
Many of the dogs had never been out of their cages.