A dozen Samoyeds rescued last week were adopted at the Wisconsin Humane Society’s Milwaukee Campus this week. The last three were adopted Thursday, according to Angela Speed with the Wisconsin Humane Society.
Click here to view a gallery of the first eight Samoyeds adopted.
As previously reported by TODAY'S TMJ4, one Samoyed, an 8-year-old blind dog with "more significant medical issues," was adopted by one of the Wisconsin Humane Society's very own veterinarians, who can meet the dog's special needs, Speed said.
Meanwhile, the Humane Society in Fond du Lac says that three other puppies that were originally found in a South Milwaukee trash were already adopted earlier in the week.
The three recently adopted South Milwaukee puppies made an appearance at Marian University Monday, giving students a welcomed distraction in the midst of final exams.
At UW-Milwaukee, dogs also helped students relax during finals. Click here for more.