Oregon Humane Video: Princeton, OR

The Oregon Humane Society, answering a call from Harney County Save A Stray to help animals in distress, dispatched a rescue team on a six-hour trip to eastern Oregon to save as many as 100 dogs.  A three-person Oregon Humane Society team traveled to the Princeton property and returned with 14 dogs, including four puppies who are one-week old and six puppies who are three- to four-months old.

Most of the dogs are living without shelter on a rural property in Princeton, Oregon, about 20 miles outside of Burns. Some of the dogs are living underground in holes covered with planks, others are chained to farm equipment and have little or no shelter from the snow, wind and sub-freezing temperatures common in the high-desert country.

OHS has rescued more than 70 of the dogs at this point.


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