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Natalie Helm, a vet tech at Casselton (N.D.) Veterinary Service plays with a few of the 174 dogs that were seized from Wheatland, N.D. Carrie Snyder / The Forum

Dogs’ health improving a week after seizure from ND breeder

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CASSELTON, N.D. – Animal rescue volunteers say they’re starting to take applications for foster homes for the now-174 dogs seized last week from a Wheatland puppy mill, in what prosecutors characterized Wednesday as life-threatening conditions.

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