Florida Groups Save Dozens of Dogs From Possibly Being Euthanized

Two Panama City rescue organizations took 47 dachshunds from Arkansas to give them a new home in the Sunshine State.

Volunteers drove the dogs hundreds of miles over the weekend for another chance at life.

Officials with Alaqua Animal Refuge and "Save Underdogs" took dogs whose owners became sick or disabled - saving the dogs from possible death.

"They were going to be taken to a local shelter that wasn't a no-kill shelter so they, within a day, the reason it was so urgent for us to get them within this 24 to 48 hour time period was because they were going to be euthanized,” said Mary Chris from Alaqua.

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