Some Dogs Seized from Iowa Puppy Mill Ready for Adoption at Midwest Shelters
WORTH COUNTY, Iowa – Some of the 170 dogs seized from a north Iowa puppy mill have now been placed with shelters so they can be adopted. The dogs were taken from White Fire Kennels, owned by Barb Kavars, in rural Manly on Nov. 12th. The American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals helped the Worth County Sheriff’s Officer during the seizure and says the dogs at the commercial breeding operation were living in filthy and overcrowded conditions. They were also showing signs of neglect and didn’t have access to clean water.