"Dumpster Puppies" Soon Available for Adoption

The "Dumpster Puppies" are healthy and ready for adoption.
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INCLINE VILLAGE, NV - Remember the puppies that were left in a dumpster behind a South Lake Tahoe gas station near the end of July?

These "dumpster puppies" are now old and healthy enough to be available for adoption.

From 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 6, 2013, the puppies will be available for adoption during a community celebration at Pet Network Humane Society located in Incline Village, according to an official with Pet Network Humane Society.

An official with Pet Network tells KOLO 8 News Now that the community celebration is a chance for people to meet and play with the dumpster puppies. The goal of the event is to find people who can adopt the puppies.

Pet Network Humane Society is located at 401 Village Blvd in Incline Village.

A current look at the "dumpster puppies." They are healthy and will soon be ready for adoption. Photo courtesy of Richard Chew.
The "dumpster puppies" after they were rescued from the dumpster.