60 dogs displaced by Hurricane Harvey flown to New Jersey for new homes

60 homeless dogs were flown to New Jersey in search of a forever home after being displaced by Hurricane Harvey. St. Hubert's and the Humane Society of the United States took the lead in organizing the flight once Harvey started to develop. All the animals were in the shelter before Harvey struck, but were moved to make way for rescues during the storm. Most of the dogs are under two years old, and medium to large in size -- the biggest weighing 88 pounds -- with one exception being Nancy, a pregnant Chihuahua.  


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