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Majority of Seized Dogs to be Returned to WV Puppies Store

After having 25 puppies seized last week, West Virginia Puppies is expected to have at least 19 of their dogs returned.

MARTINSBURG W.Va. - After having 25 puppies seized last week, West Virginia Puppies is expected to have at least 19 of their dogs returned.

The animals were taken away on March 12, 2014 after allegations they were transported across state lines without the necessary paperwork.

After that came to light, many alleged the store for the mistreatment of their dogs. Something that the store is saying just isn’t true.

“Obviously the accusations were false,” Kristin Carter, a sales associate at the store says. “The only reason why we had this little hiccup is because the actual paperwork wasn’t properly placed in the vehicle at the time they (the dogs) were transported here. These dogs are in good hands.”

The six other dogs are also expected to be returned to the store as well. They are still in the county’s care because they need additional medical attention.

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