SPCA Serving Erie County accepts dogs, puppies from South Carolina ahead of Hurricane Dorian’s arrival

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The SPCA Serving Erie County is helping shelter dogs who are in the path of Hurricane Dorian.

The shelter accepted a transport of 19 dogs and puppies from Saint Frances Animal Care Center in Georgetown, South Carolina Tuesday morning.

The dogs were cleared out of the shelter proactively to make room for animals who may be displaced during the hurricane.

” This is just one stop as their shelter employees deliver their animals up north so they can have an empty shelter ready to help animals who will be affected by Hurricane Dorian! Welcome to WNY! “ the SPCA’s Facebook page reads.

The pups’ bios will be posted to the SPCA website once they are ready for adoption.

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