More than 30 dogs seized from a puppy mill from a Baltimore home are one step closer to finding new owners this weekend. Now some of the dogs are fighting the deadly disease parvo.
Two dogs rescued from horrible living conditions in the basement of a city home are now battling a deadly virus. The dogs are part of one of the largest rescue operations the Maryland SPCA has seen this year.
A warning for pet owners in Harford County. Doctors are seeing an alarming increase in the number of parvo cases. Doctors are still trying to track down exactly how many dogs have been infected with the virus and where. But that has been hard to do, because many die before they reach the vet.