Dec 22, 2014 5:03 PM
CHICHESTER - They're howling for a holiday home. And there's a lot to choose from at the Live and Let Live Farm. They've traveled many miles to get to New Hampshire.
"Finding transpot and ways to get them here is really hard but sometimes we hit it lucky," said Live and Let Live Farm Executive Director Teresa Paradis.
The farm has set up a large adoption network. With foster homs in Epsom and Nottingham, they have more than 30 puppies available. Volunteer Cindy Naigle was among a group that recently rescued a litter from Tennessee.
"When we went down we probably brought 200 pounds of dog food," said Naigle.
Social media has played a big part in the rescues.
"The people in Tennessee found us and we stared building a great network of fosters," said Paradis.
When adopting, the best advice is to do your homework.
"To the extent that it can be guaranteed the pet that you're going to bring home is healthy," said Heather Fauria with Pope-Memorial SPCA.
These pups are getting all the care they need as they wait for their new home.