West Palm Beach, FL- (February 19, 2019) Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League just received 38 small dogs of various ages and breeds from Palm Beach County Animal Care & Control due to a hoarding case in Palm Beach Gardens. Upon initial exams by League veterinarians, some of the dogs have underlying skin and dental issues and all of them need to be spayed or neutered. These dogs will likely need several weeks of care before being made available for adoption.
“On average, it costs $500 to provide care and find a new home for an animal,” explains Rich Anderson, Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League Executive Director/CEO. “These dogs will cost Peggy Adams much more due to their health conditions. If those in the community would like to support the care and healing of these dogs, they can donate at Every dollar counts in saving lives and finding homes for these deserving animals.”
When these dogs are available for adoption, they will be appear on Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League’s website: To donate or to learn more about Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, please visit
About Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League
The Mission of the Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League of the Palm Beaches is to provide shelter to lost, homeless and unwanted animals, to provide spay and neuter and other medical services for companion animals, and to care for, protect, and find quality homes for homeless and neglected companion animals, to advocate animal welfare, community involvement and education to further the bond between people and animals. For more information, visit www.PeggyAdams.org The League is an independent nonprofit animal rescue organization operating continuously since 1925.
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