Dogs seeking homes after police raid illegal puppy farms

A governmental office is looking for new owners to accommodate more than 100 abused dogs, mostly Chihuahuas, which were rescued during raids on illegal puppy farms.

Dogs up for adiption | Photo courtesy of Office for Government Representation in Property Affairs

All dogs come from two illegal puppy farms in Western Bohemia which were shut down by the authorities in July this year. More than 100 animals were recovered during the raid.

To ensure wellbeing for the animals, personal interview and guidance on abused animal handling provided by the Czech Police are necessary criteria for the adoption process to begin.

Adoption fees go from as low as couple hundred crowns up to two thousand.

Individual dogs up for adoption are being shared by the Office for Government Representation in Property Affairs on the official website.