Puppies rescued from freezing van behind NJ pet store ready to be adopted

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PARAMUS, N.J. — Dozens of puppies rescued from a freezing van behind a New Jersey pet store last month are now up for adoption.

The pups were found crammed into small crates with no food or water in the back of Just Pups. The store’s owner and his brother both face more than 100 counts of animal cruelty in the case.

Tyco Animal Control has been caring for the tiny dogs ever since they were rescued in April, and the animals are now ready for a forever home.

For information on adopting these puppies, click here.

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