24 Cairn Terriers Up For Adoption After Being Rescued From South Shore Home

BOSTON (CBS) – Two dozen Cairn terrier dogs are now up for adoption at the MSPCA after being rescued from a home on the South Shore.

The agency’s director of law enforcement says the dogs were found in unhygienic conditions and many of them needed dental work.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Kim Tunnicliffe reports

The dogs range in age from puppies to five years old.

The owner gave up the dogs voluntarily.

To learn more about adopting one of these terriers, visit MSPCA.org.

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  • Liz Nauta

    I’d love to adopt one of the cairn terriers that were rescued. One of the puppies if I could. I’d love to give it a home for ever home.Who do I get ahold of.

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