MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Eight golden retriever puppies were among the 90 dogs rescued from a puppy mill in North Dakota just over a week ago.
The puppies got parvo, which is a highly contagious and deadly virus.
One of the puppies didn’t make it and four of the puppies are intensive care at the University of Minnesota veterinary clinic. Three are receiving outpatient care.
Volunteers from Retrieve a Golden of Minnesota rescued the puppies but need help paying the medical bills.
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The cost of helping the puppies is expected to run in excess of $15,000.