Dogs rescued from Midwest arrive on Long Island for adoption

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PORT WASHINGTON, Long Island (WABC) -- Some dogs are getting a new home on Long Island.

Nearly 50 small dogs and puppies arrived in Port Washington on Sunday morning. They were rescued from commercial breeding facilities in the Midwest.

The North Shore Animal League America's rescue team brought them to New York where they will be checked out and then eventually put up for adoption.

The dogs include a variety of pure and mixed breeds including Yorkshire Terriers, Dachshunds, Shih Tzus, and many others of varying ages and sizes.

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