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Brandywine Valley SPCA Welcomes Over 60 Dogs from Texas

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GEORGETOWN, Del.- The Brandywine Valley SPCA and Wings of Rescue helped dozens of animals find a new meaning to life in Sussex County on Saturday.

On March 23, 2019, Wings of Rescue flew over 60 animals to the Brandywine Valley SPCA with funding from the ASPCA.

The animals are dogs that range from full grown adults to young puppies. All of the dogs are from overcrowded shelters in Louisiana and Texas.

The dogs will be looking or new homes later this week at all of Brandywine Valley SPCA's adoption locations.

As o now, the dogs are headed for evaluation and feeding at the Animal Rescue Center.

Wings of Rescue sends three or four flights out a week to save pets from overcrowded shelters and natural disasters. Right now they're on pace to save more than 12,000 lives this year across the country. 

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