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Puppies left at Indy fire station now at rescue

Posted at 7:23 PM, Jan 31, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS -- Seven puppies abandoned at a local fire station over the weekend are now recovering at a foster home. 

Firefighters care for Puppies dropped off at Station 22 by area resident. @INDYACC to the rescue.

Posted by Indianapolis Fire Department on Saturday, January 30, 2016

The four-week old Shepherd mix puppies, who were picked up by Indianapolis Animal Care & Control, have been placed with Rescue Farm in Poland, Indiana.

IACC says one of the puppies is very tiny with a severe respiratory infection. 

Staff at IACC had started the puppy on antibiotics and give him fluids to re-hydrate him to save his life. 

The puppies will not be available for adoption for at least another month. They must be at least 8-weeks-old and in good health to be spayed/neutered.



The firefighters also say, while they enjoyed taking care of the puppies, please do not drop animals off at fire stations. They aren't equipped for animal rescue.

Instead, take animals to IACC, the humane society or try to find a home for them yourself.

If you're looking for a furry friend, IFD encourages everyone to check out IACC which is running an adoption special for Valentine's Day


Looking for that special someone for Valentine's Day? A good cuddler? Loves to give kisses? Then come visit #IACC during our adoption special today through Feb. 13. All dogs and cats just $30!

Posted by Indianapolis Animal Care & Control on Friday, January 29, 2016



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