'It was a lot of work, a lot of intense medical care, behavior and rehabilitation.'
EUGENE, Ore. - The Greenhill Humane Society is looking to put some of the last puppies rescued from a hoarding situation into a forever home.
These four chihuahua pups are the last to get adopted, some of more than 100 dogs that were rescued back in October.
Now, the offspring are 8 weeks old and ready to be taken to their new homes.
"It was a lot of work, a lot of intense medical care, behavior and rehabilitation, but ultimately we were able to work with the community and find loving homes for all of them," said Sasha Elliott, with the Greenhill Humane Society.
Elliott says all of the puppies have been given their vaccinations, and they have also been spayed or neutered.
If you're looking to adopt a new furry friend, head to Greenhill Humane Society of Bailey Hill Road in Eugene, or visit them online at www.green-hill.org.