Dogs up for adoption after being rescued in Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT - A Greenwich group is working to find new homes for 37 dogs and puppies that were rescued from a Bridgeport home.

According to Adopt-A-Dog officials, a Bridgeport woman had been hoarding the more than three-dozen dogs in her home and voluntarily surrendered them. They say the pups are now recuperating at a shelter in Armonk, N.Y.

Adopt-a-Dog says many of the dogs are Chihuahuas and Spaniels who suffered from overcrowded and stressful conditions, but are now ready for adoption.

Anyone interested in adopting a dog can call 914-273-1674 or 203-629-9494.

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