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Naples Humane Society rescues 33 dogs from area breeder

Stacey Lynch, left, the vet tech assistant at the Humane Society in Naples holds a 3-month-old puppy after Vanessa Heredia, right, the shelter vet tech, gave the dog its vaccinations on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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Stacey Lynch, left, the vet tech assistant at the Humane Society in Naples holds a 3-month-old puppy after Vanessa Heredia, right, the shelter vet tech, gave the dog its vaccinations on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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  • Stacey Lynch, center, the vet tech assistant at the Humane Society in Naples hugs a 3-month-old puppy as Vanessa Heredia, right, the shelter vet tech, gives the dog its vaccinations on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • A mother dog nurses her newborn puppies at the Humane Society in Naples on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • From left, Dr. Linda George, Medical Director of the Humane Society in Naples, Stacey Lynch, assistant vet tech, and Vanessa Heredia, the shelter vet tech, tend to a 3-month-old puppy on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • A mother dog nurses her newborn puppies at the Humane Society in Naples on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • A mother dog nurses her newborn puppies at the Humane Society in Naples on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Stacey Lynch, left, the vet tech assistant at the Humane Society in Naples holds a 3-month-old puppy as Vanessa Heredia, right, the shelter vet tech, gives the dog its vaccinations on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • From left, Dr. Linda George, Medical Director of the Humane Society in Naples, Stacey Lynch, assistant vet tech, and Vanessa Heredia, the shelter vet tech, tend to a 3-month-old puppy on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • From left, Dr. Linda George, Medical Director of the Humane Society in Naples, Stacey Lynch, assistant vet tech, and Vanessa Heredia, the shelter vet tech, tend to a 3-month-old puppy on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Stacey Lynch, left, the vet tech assistant at the Humane Society in Naples holds a 3-month-old puppy as Vanessa Heredia, right, the shelter vet tech, gives the dog its vaccinations on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Stacey Lynch, left, the vet tech assistant at the Humane Society in Naples holds a 3-month-old puppy after Vanessa Heredia, right, the shelter vet tech, gave the dog its vaccinations on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff
  • Stacey Lynch, left, the vet tech assistant at the Humane Society in Naples holds a 3-month-old puppy as Vanessa Heredia, right, the shelter vet tech, gives the dog its vaccinations on Thursday afternoon. Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption. Tristan Spinski/Staff

Collier County Domestic Animal Services dropped off 33 dogs, mostly labrador retrievers and golden retrievers, at the Humane Society early Thursday afternoon after rescuing the animals from a breeder in Golden Gate Estates. One of the female dogs died giving birth Thursday. The rest of the dogs, ages ranging from several hours old to adult, are being washed, vaccinated, hydrated and fed as Humane Society staff tries to get them back to good health and ready for adoption.

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