EUGENE, Ore. – All nine dogs up for adoption after being rescued from a hoarding situation in Lane County have found loving homes.
They were part of the more than 100 dogs rescued from the home near Walton last month.
The next group of dogs may be up for adoption at Greenhill Humane Society as early as Friday.
Some of the dogs were taken to Salem and Portland shelters. The remaining dogs at Greenhill are getting medical care and rehabilitation.
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