One-year-old Mattie and 2-year-old Dillon come from what has been called the largest puppy mill in Tennessee history. Last month nearly 750 animals were found at a puppy mill in Hickman County. All of them were in tiny cages. Some of them were ill or hurt, and some were even found dead.
Carol Masters, a member of the Tennessee Scottish Terrier Rescue Network, was among the first to take in the wounded animals. She’s a foster parent, rehabilitating Mattie and Dillon who were forced to live inside a tiny cage together.
YOu can see video from the the local station WRCB by going here and clicking on the camera icon in the top lefthand corner.
The dogs look surprisingly normal given what they’ve been through.