FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) — Two dozen small dogs, confiscated as evidence in a criminal investigation against a South Florida animal rescue, are looking for a “fur-ever” home.

The State Attorney’s Office asked the Humane Society of Broward County to house the pups and were taken to the shelter on April 17th.

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They range from one to older than 15-years old.

Humane Society veterinarians have performed medical exams and vaccinated each dog.

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For those wanting to adopt a furry friend, a comprehensive medical report has been made so adopters and veterinarians will have the information they need on the pet.

Since the dogs are still evidence in the on-going case, adopters may be called upon later by the State Attorney’s Office.

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