OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - The last of the Samoyed puppies brought to the Nebraska Humane Society from a puppy mill in Iowa are headed to their forever homes Monday night.
NHS received 18 of the 170 dogs that were rescued from the mill in late November by the ASPCA.
The dogs were scared and under-socialized, so they needed to spend time at the humane society and in foster homes to be ready for families.
Now that they've had some TLC and time to recuperate, the furry, white puppies will be picked up by their adopters and taken to their new homes.